or am I simply too weak for it? I made it, I made it all 10 days in Bogor, Java and I may call myself an “old student” now, but it was too hard/too strict/whatever for me. I only hope I didn’t get a trauma from it.
I will do a vipassana-meditation in Java this December, spend November at at a friends place in the Besakih-Temple-area in Bali and I still want to get rid of my freakin Multiple Sclerosis. Whatever it takes. More than ever. I will keep you updated.
This morning I met “the man from Austria”. He is living in Sumba since over 20 years now and I would definitely say he is more Indonesian than Austrian now. Needless to say that he is fluent in speaking Bahasa and even his thinking seems much more Indonesian than European in any way. He has… Continue reading Meeting “the mysterious Man from Austria”
Waikububak is remote. Even for Indonesian people living in Sumba its quite far off the path. But still there is a foreigner here – living here for some years already. He seems to have made “80% bad experiences” here, but he somehow managed to survive and having started the 20%. That is at least what… Continue reading Waikabubak and the mysterious “man from Austria”
A thing I am pretty sure about is, that every MS is different to the other. Maybe not just “the big three” (PPMS, SPMS, RRMS) are existing, but dozens or even hundreds of forms exist. They seem to be as individual as the patient. Its one Reason why Scientists can´t help us Unfortunately I think… Continue reading Every Multiple Sclerosis is different