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More Than We Can Handle

by Bill Sweeney

Have you ever really thought about the statement, “God never gives us more than we can handle?”

This statement sounds so encouraging and so comforting when we’re facing a difficult trial, but… 237 more words


Take it easy and watch the world go by - Lesson 35

Good morning, readers. You certainly need some real upbeat reading this week. Here in the UK we have a rather hairy political situation which has got, to be honest, pretty tedious for the whole nation. 1,265 more words


The Curliest Things

Memories pt. 2

From the time I was maybe 13, until shortly before I turned 16, my two best friends were Tara and Clara. The three of us were inseparable. 742 more words

The dog and the chocolate croissant

I’ve decided to start sharing some of my favorite memories. I feel like droning on about my life and times is kind of narcissistic, but as I’ve been catapulted into the winter of my life prematurely, I think I’ve earned the right to it. 532 more words

Book review: Hard Day's Journey Into Night, by Noel Conway

BOOK REVIEW: HARD DAYS’ JOURNEY INTO NIGHT – Memoirs of an MND warrior and human rights campaigner

The subtitle of Noel Conway‘s book “Hard Days’ Journey into Night” is “Memoirs of an MND warrior and human rights campaigner”. 870 more words

The Fall

Michael’s story

Last Sunday I found myself on the floor at 4am. I think I had tried  to get out of bed and took my BiPAP mask off.  458 more words

The trials and tribulations of coy scientists

Welcome, to my first research opinion post of 2019 on the hunt for an effective treatment for MND.

About time!” I hear you cry. 1,802 more words