Some peace while putting the pieces together

I am creating this at the new coffee shop in town. The owner and I just talked about a concept we're calling a "bright ripple". The bright ripple starts with one, builds to two, and keeps growing. It's positive action growing exponentially until it creates a tsunami of bright beauty and chases off the dark. Everyone get your boards and surf the ripple!

Saturday, May 14, 2011


Sometimes I feel like I've waken up in a science fiction novel, sometimes a comedy and other times a tragedy. The situation with Morgellons Disease is hard enough to face, but the communication and mis-communication makes it doubly so.

While I consider myself long beyond the somewhat accepted Morgellons's symptoms set, I still have health issues. I blogged on my recent adrenal gland concerns. My system is still out of whack and I am hoping for answers, but them seems to come so very slowly.

Communication in relation to Morgellons is incredibly difficult. Who can you talk to? 85% of the medical world is still willing to call the condition delusional. Those researching the condition cannot openly discuss related matters (I've been told there are legal matters to consider). There are snake oil sales people claiming cures all over the internet. Still, there are many reason to see the glass as half full.

There are a number of excellent blogs and websites dedicated to discussing and better understanding Morgellons. I'll list a few I've found worthwhile: - Pam Crane offers a wealth of information and is excited to be part of the growing communication network among Morgellons sufferers and researchers. - Mr. Commonsense has been a key player in open sensible communication within the Morgellons community. He has a seemingly unending amount of information related to the many angles of Morgellons research. - Morgellons aid has a great deal of information related to cleaning out your body and reclaiming your internal terrain. Its is an excellent source of information.

There are some exceptional medical professionals working on the Morgellons problem. Without giving names, I would suggest listening to those who appear to understand the many facets of Morgellons.

The more we talk and think and listen to each other, the better we will tame this condition.

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