World MS Day 2014


We all have dreams, wishes, hopes and fears.


That one day, nobody would have to live with chronic illnesses anymore.
That one day, we all could be part of discrimination-free world.
That one day, our days would be filled with only happy memories.
That one day, decision makers could step into the shoes of those they keep depriving.
That one day, MS “was” a chronic illness instead of “is” a chronic illness.

If you want to add your own wish, please visit the World MS Day website here.
To find out more about World MS Day on Wednesday, May 28th 2014, click here.
To visit MS Ireland’s own website, click here.
To take to Twitter, please use #OneDayMS
To see World MS Day’s Facebook page, please click here.



©Willeke Van Eeckhoutte and Ireland, Multiple Sclerosis & Me, 2011-2014. Unauthorised use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner are strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Willeke Van Eeckhoutte and Ireland, Multiple Sclerosis & Me with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

4 thoughts on “World MS Day 2014

  1. My “one day” wish is very similar to yours. One day I won’t have to explain what MS is. People will just know. MS will have a cure and the people affected by it will be pain-free.

    Ila from he has ms

    1. Hi Ila! So nice to hear from you again! How are things?

      And yes, not having to explain and not having to apologise would be a great start!

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