Absolute - Advent 8

Living with ME you experience the absolute reality of the physical suffering, so often denied, downplayed, side tracked and over- looked. 

It is this absolute truth which provides the strength to keep speaking up, to keep pushing for proper medical services that meet need, to keep showing what severe ME is really like when you are incapacitated by daily , neurological symptoms , that most people cannot begin to imagine the experience of.

 It shows you who knows what is real, what is true, what is right. It gives you an absolute clarity about all that is wrong , all that is misinterpreted and misrepresented.

 It gives you the absolute certainty you need to keep on going against the tide.

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