I remember it like yesterday. My wife and I got married, and right before the honeymoon we learned that I was a new member of the MS Family. I remember going through different areas in my life at that point. At first, I'm not affected as much as some people physically so I didn't think much about it. I mean I felt good. I looked healthy. I just limped every now and then and got fatigued a lot quicker. We still traveled, and soon I had to learn where my "Pause Points" were, but I still didn't feel any different. The type of MS I have is pretty gradual it could take 10 or 20 years before you start slowing down. So I convinced myself I was not going to give in to slowing down. The doctor told me I had about ten years left to walk. Now, I try to make the best of my time. See, time can work for people in two ways; you can let the time give you urgency and purpose, or you can allow the time to leave you with anxiety and fear. If we realize what our purpose is in life and how we can help affect others. We will quickly understand that fear has no room next to living life intentionally. Un-Limit Yourself!