MRI / by Neil Blake

To get diagnosed with MS I needed to have my first ever MRI. Ever since that first experience with an MRI machine, I’ve always loved the noises they make, even though it is very repetitive, it is also quite calming at the same time. They are so easy to prepare for, and once you’re in, all you need to do is layback and not move for about an hour .

Personally, I find the not moving part the hardest. But once the machine starts doing what it needs to I just lay there listening.

It’s during times like that where things become a little more clear. For example, how lucky are we all to live on such a beautiful planet in such an amazing time where we are still learning! It’s thoughts like those that absolutely believe in God. If you know me, you know that I am not religious at all!

Just look at the world around you though! How can you not believe when all you see the beauty, the clean water and air! If you’ve ever gambled you know a little bit about probability and that the odds of this all happening are just obscene! There is just no way where this was planned in some workroom! Unless it was done by a God.