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At Life's Summit

From this point, a person can look down and back. All the braided paths – so far below – are worn like ribbons in the stone and clay. 614 more words

Human Interest

Tuesdays with Morrie

I wanted my first post to be about something special. Something that deserved to have the privilege of being my first. Of course, I had no difficulty in deciding that Mitch Albom’s novel Tuesdays with Morrie would fit the criteria perfectly. 257 more words


For all the Fighters

They went with songs to the battle, they were young,
Straight of limb, true of eye, steady and aglow.
They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted, 519 more words

Live Fit Tee Meaning

What’s up Everyone. Thanks for giving this a quick look.

As we all have hopefully come to notice, a Mind.Set.Go. Tee is nothing without a meaning behind it. 551 more words

Positive Thinking


But I was thinking about this:

What is ALS—and is there more than one form of it?
ALS, which is also known as a motor-neuron disease—and colloquially as Lou Gehrig’s disease in the U.S.—is a neurodegenerative disease. 351 more words


Expectation vs. What If…?

Limb-onset ALS follows a more or less predictable pattern of progression, moving from the peripheral limbs inward. Every case is unique, of course, but those of us with this particular type of ALS pretty much know what to expect in terms of limitations. 672 more words