Tag Archives: Epilepsy

Uncertainty

The Buddhist law of impermanence (Anicca in Pali) has never been more tangibly true for me than it is right now.  Things are changing at home and across the nation.  New year, new seizure types, new medications, new nursing care, … Continue reading

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Finding the Lotus in the Mud

You are the witness of your own heart and mind. You are the infinite witnessing the finite. You are boundless love witnessing anger. You are pure bliss witnessing sorrow.  Love what you are going through.           … Continue reading

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Hope & Doubt

hope |hōp| – a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen: I hope this new medication works;  a person or thing that may help or save someone: This new medication is our only hope;  grounds for believing that something good may happen: The medical evidence gives us some hope that this medication will help. doubt |dout| – a feeling of uncertainty or lack … Continue reading

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Worldly Winds and Second Arrows

“Monks, these eight worldly conditions spin after the world, and the world spins after these eight worldly conditions. Which eight? Gain, loss, status, disgrace, censure, praise, pleasure, & pain. These are the eight worldly conditions that spin after the world, … Continue reading

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March 26: Purple Day for Epilepsy Awareness

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Today’s blog is dedicated to Purple Day, a day to wear purple and raise awareness about epilepsy.     Purple Day was started by a young girl from Nova Scotia, Cassidy Megan, in 2008.  Within only a few years, Cassidy’s … Continue reading

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