Read nancy mairs essay on being a cripple

"On Being a Cripple" is Nancy Mairs' description of living life with multiple sclerosis (MS). She explains the daily challenge battled, as done with great bravery and endurance. Mairs compares those challenges to life in general as well as the changes and losses of every one of us. If I had to describe Nancy Mairs' attitude with one word it would be "bravery." There is a quote and a concept that I have come to live by, "the only thing constant is change." We are all vulnerable to unexpected occurrences and all our lives are subject to change.

Sunday 1st January 2017
Service of Favourite Readings & Music
Readings
1. Kings Chapters 3 & 4, read by Dennis Aylmer
2. “At The Cancer Clinic” by Ted Koozer, read by Yvonne O’Reilly
3. “Behind Our Anxiety: The Fear Of Being Unneeded”, a newpaper article by the Dalai Lama, read by Aidan O’Driscoll
4. “Begin” by Brendan Kennelly, read by Michael Barry
5. extract from “Amadeus” by Peter Shaffer, read by Denis Conway
6. “On Donald Trump”, article by Garrison Keillor in Washington Post, 8th November, read by Trish Webb Duffy
Music
1. “Arabesque” by Claude Debussy, performed by Grace Briggs
2. “Crimson Gown” by Simon Quigley, performed by Katherine Atkinson & Simon Quigley

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