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“You can fly”

It was what they’d said before I jumped drunkenly for the scaffold. It was the last thing I heard before I fell thirty feet to the ground. 379 more words


How RESERVE™ changed the life of a multiple sclerosis patient

Alvin Phua suffered from multiple sclerosis (MS) since 2000. MS is a disease where a person’s immune system incorrectly attacks the central nervous system (i.e. brain, spinal cord and optic nerves), resulting in many disabilities. 196 more words

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Don't give up on a paralyzed cat - Physiotherapy saved our cat

We adopted Aizo almost two years ago. She was a street cat and I have no idea what she was doing in the early years of her life. 1,055 more words


is this it.

It was a thursday the day I thought I was going to die. A recent thursday. A couple of weeks ago. I had been suffering from a headache for about 6 days. 987 more words



Pioneer American industrialist Henry Ford is reported to have said ;

“One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn’t do.”

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When your body is a prison

I had the pleasure recently of listening to Invisibilia, the relatively new podcast that spun off from Radiolab with Lulu Miller. The first episode concerns thoughts – one of the many invisible forces that powerfully influence our lives. 609 more words