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A question of semantics
Are you trying to control your cravings or longing for world domination? I am quite happy to control my spending. That is enough of a challenge for a cognitively challenged spoonie.
History is littered with megalomaniacs who felt the urge to control and dominate the people around them.
Thankfully, I don’t share this disposition. I have a much smaller fight to occupy myself with. My personal ambition is to control Multiple Sclerosis.
Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease where the immune system wrongly identifies myelin as a foreign body. The immune system then goes to work, attacking the myelin causing critical nerve pathways to be exposed and damaged.
However, it is my belief that the debilitating action of Multiple Sclerosis can be controlled with diet, gentle exercise and mindful meditation.
I have come to believe that I can master Multiple Sclerosis after buying and reading a very good book by Dr Terry Wahls.
In this book, Dr Wahls explains how mitochondria play a central role in our health and why a good diet is so very important. Mitochondria are not only critical to good health but they play a very important part in how well we age.
Furthermore, keeping up the good fight makes me think that I am doing something positive, rather than waiting for fate to run its course.
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