1. J

    Common sense

    Apparently common sense is a point of view and from a wheelchair point of view I have seen and heard a few dumb asses not all cute ones either. I am always thinking I should write down the dumb thing I heard today for a book. I know I know I shouldn't complain or be so critical but sometimes...
  2. quadbliss

    Go with the Flow - Coping with ALS

    One of the primary issues that touch my heart on this forum is the mental anguish suffered by so many PALS and CALS. This is the one ALS symptom that can be reversed. I decided to share a small part of my spirituality in the hopes that maybe it will help brighten the path for someone. In my...
  3. A

    Hi - I'm new and scared

    Hi all, I guess the title of my post pretty much explains how I've been feeling lately, wondering whether I have ALS or some other insidious problem. About December of 2006, shortly after my 40th birthday, I started noticing some really strange things happening to my body. I have been hoping...
  4. rbtro

    My Philosophy for Living

    Hi all, It's me again, I had my retirement party Friday. Received alot of cards with comments about how I always seem upbeat and smile even now. I thought I might share what has helped me over the years. I found this poster years ago, circa 1970, I attached it to a sheet of plywood and framed...
  5. R

    deseradata....something nice to read and think about. enjoy

    Deseradata Go placidly amid the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible, without surrender, be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant; they too have their story...