Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic disease that affects the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. The protective cover around nerves gets worn away, causing a disruption in the electrical impulses. In other words, some nerves have shorted out.
This blog is my way of trying to reconnect the frayed wires of my life.
In 1994, Congress declared the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday as a day of service. Twenty years later, Americans all across the country still honor King's memory by engaging in acts of service that benefit their fellow community members.
Rather than taking the day off this Monday, January 20th, we're encouraging others to use this day to help improve lives for the multiple sclerosis community in the spirit of service.
Short on time or money?
You'll find many different ways to help, and not all of them require a big budget or even a flexible schedule. In fact, even with minimal time or money, you can truly make a difference and help improve someone's life.