Man’s hopes and thoughts and customs have changed. Our powers and achievements have become fantastic. Progress- it is one face of our country and our community which defines how we choose to live.
Yet today we face obstacles that challenge our dreams- specifically the struggle to overcome and end the devastating effects of MS.
The announcement of a virtuous idea can not exhaust our responsibility. It is a call that ignites hope. It reaches out from our heritage and our natural instinct.
The time to be free begins today. It is our right to live as one. It starts from the will of a group of free minded people. They share in the idea. They become engaged by a spirit of daring, the desire to break new ground, the promise in the legacy of our forbearers.
With a sense of style and sense of grace contact with the goal will remain true and genuine. Daily we are reminded that we can do better, that we can be better, and we can raise ourselves up and those around us. The quest to succeed is as common a theme and as old as civilization- the quest for equality, diversity and freedom.
In pursuit of our passion we drive onward. A journey fueled by human dignity as the source of purpose, human liberty as the source of action, the human mind as the source of invention.
It is good that we try until all of our capacities have been explored. Strength is in the faith, devotion, and energy brought forth to meet this challenge. Not as a creed or fixed promise but in an attitude and the belief in justice and in community.
MS is a story that needs to be told. More importantly, it is the story of hope, of promise, of possibility. It is a story with a great finish. It is a story that is cherished, that is revered. It is inside all of us, in our minds and in our hearts.
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