Tag Archives: mindfulness

Now Comes the Pain

Up to now I have been fortunate that my symptoms have not included much pain – just occasional twinges. But over the last week or so the pain level has gone up dramatically, especially in my neck and back as … Continue reading

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FALL

FALL Not the time of year, but the adventure of tumbling to the ground unceremoniously. Falling has become a new part of my daily struggle with ALS. Fortunately no really serious consequences so far – no broken bones, just a … Continue reading

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Discouragement

Feeling discouraged is pretty much a “normal” state of affairs for me these days.  Much of that discouragement arises from spending too much time looking back at what I used to be able to do before my ALS and projecting … Continue reading

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On Timing

When I have fears that I may cease to be Before my pen has glean’d my teeming brain, (Keats) My reading this week has included two wonderful novels by Nicholson Baker – The Anthologist and The Traveling Sprinkler. The main … Continue reading

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