Thank you for your kind words the other day, Karrie, to my comment on your lupus site.
Kerrie, I know nothing about Google circles or Google+ but I found your comment section so here goes:
I have a number of strange/interesting experiences that in a round about way offer some speculations on lupus and other autoimmune malaise. (I do not like the word disease for such symptomatic ailments for which we do not seem to understand the precursors or causes; and disease seems so negative and disheartening). I was wondering that if you were interested, then I could possibly post them here. (I have to put them to paper first so it would take a while. I would sent them as I completed them and should you wish to make comment or engage in conversation we could do it through this G+ thing. :) I would very much like to get your thoughts on them to see if my pondering have any possible value in regard to lupus and autoimmune response.
First I must add that I am not enamoured with classical medicine, Big Pharma, governments' approach to medicine (or much else :). My health is superb compared to two younger brothers who are wed to the system— though my brother Peter, the one with lupus, does think outside the box. Brother Kim is bound to the box of conventional habit.
Peter is very ill— he almost died last week when twice his heart stopped and both times the medical team found great difficulty reviving him with the paddles—terrible story. We have been estranged for sometime, but family is family and he very much wants to come together and I am willing, but I would like to bring him something more than my empathy. The problem is his family, for the most part, find my ideas a problem.
Again, I have no understanding of Google+ but I will do some googling tomorrow to figure this puppy out.
Kerrie, I am honestly pretty tough skinned and have no problem with the word ‘no’.
Namaste and care,
* I’m a little shy of publishing my full name in public until I know about the security on Google+.