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10 Inspiring Quotes to Get You Through the Day

By Daryl H. Bryant (241 words)
Posted in Living with MS on April 29, 2014

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10 Inspiring Quotes to Get You Through the Day

MS Quotes

10 Insipring Quotes for Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Having Multiple Sclerosis can sometimes take on a life of its own. Sometimes, it may feel like it’s too much, especially in moments of relapse. But you are not your MS. You are so much more than that, and there’s always so much more life to live. Here are ten quotes that will hopefully help you overcome your battle with MS, one day at a time.

1. “Every experience, no matter how bad it seems, holds within it a blessing of some kind. The goal is to find it.” –Buddha
2. “Be so happy that when others look at you, they become happy too.”
3. “I have chosen to be happy, because it is good for my health.” –Voltaire
4. “A negative mind will never give you a positive life.”
5. “Life is a one time offer. Use it well.”
6. “H.O.P.E. Hold on. Pain ends.”
7. “It’s a good day to have a good day.”
8. “On the other side of fear lies freedom.”
9. “It’s never too late in the day to start your day over.”
10. “The struggle you’re in today is developing the strength you need for tomorrow.”

Comments (4)

Michael posted on: April 29, 2014

Thanks!! Day-to-day reminders of how promising our lives can be, ALWAYS makes this journey more 'livable'!

Christine Klaffka posted on: May 4, 2014

I really like this Web Site. I Also have MS - Multiple Sclerosis & I am Very Much So Interested in This Web Site! If There Is a Newsletter That Goes out Once a Month , Would Someone Add My Name To It or E-Mail Address. I Would Appreciate it.
Thank You,
Christine Klaffka

FORAM GADA posted on: May 10, 2014

i m Foram Gada .I am a person suffering from M.S.It is since last 4 years.Unpredictable for me . BUT THIS WORDINGS ARE INSPIRING AND REALLY VERY GOOD.

Celia Olson posted on: April 27, 2022

Last year a cousin younger than me had MS, she is 40. I have primary progressive MS. I do not walk for the last 18 years, I was born in 1962. I have had 6 strokes and 1 heart attack.The Rebif (beta-1a) did very little to help me. The medical team did even less. After roughly five unending years of trauma in the family my MS developed into progressive. There have been many changes in the last 3 to 4 years. Many falls, many fractured bones, and three moves all in five years. I have gone downhill. Considerably. We tried every shot available but nothing was working. There has been little if any progress in finding a reliable treatment for Multiple Sclerosis.

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