Sunday, 24 March 2013

Memorial Page

I've added a new page to Sometimes, it is Lupus.  It's a memorial for those who have lost their lives in the battle against lupus. I don't know if something like this exists anywhere else, but if it does, I haven't seen it.

We set aside times like ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day to recall all those who have fallen in wars against human foes.

To me, it seems appropriate that we have some time or space to recall those who have fought the battle against lupus and fallen.

In this war, there are no volunteers. None of us had a choice to fight it. And there's no leave. Even in times of remission, we know the wolf could launch an attack at any time.

Let's take some time to recall those who have gone ahead of us, and those who have fallen while fighting alongside us, and to pray for the day we see a cure, when the war can be won.

If you would like to leave a personal tribute to someone you know or love who has died from lupus, please feel free to do so in the comments section of the In Memorium page.

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