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Sharing the pain

The two primary themes of this blog are MS (the “limping”) and Jesus (the “light”). While not part of the title, there’s a third theme that pops up with some frequency: the value of community. More often than not, I’m … Continue reading

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The newly diagnosed

(Many days, when I’m confronted with the dreaded “blank page” that’s the bane of so many writers’ creative lives, I find myself with a recurring problem: what to write. That’s due more to a lack of inspiration than a shortage … Continue reading

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Bored to death

I had the ironic experience of watching a documentary called “Boredom“, which was anything but boring. Usually I reserve movie references for my other blog, Scribbling in the Sand, because it focuses on writing and movies (and writing movies). It … Continue reading

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MS: Who knows what?

In a previous post about MS misinformation, I promised to write about how to get good information.  This is an attempt to keep that promise. Getting accurate and reliable information about MS is, for the most part, impossible.  That’s because … Continue reading

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