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October 12, 2007

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DON MOYER

Here's a paragraph in a piece I'm working on:

When persons living with AD talk among ourselves - with no AD professionals listening - we talk about how we enjoy life. We marvel at what we've learned about life from our AD adventures. We agree that we now more clearly see what is truly important and more clearly see the importance of healthy living practices. Lessons learned in living with AD are lessons which all persons could profitably to apply to their lives. While we wait for a world without AD, maybe AD will be deemed a privileged window through which we can more clearly see how to enjoy life.

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