No Limits, But Know Limits


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Einstein said, “Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.”  I won’t boast to think that I know what precise meaning he attached to these words, but I can discuss what it means to me.

In social media, I use the hashtag #NoLimits a lot.  It is meaningful after being told what my limitations were and what I could no longer do after certain injuries and health conditions entered the picture.  My friends and close followers have seen me throw down in more than one social media scrap over this topic too, and probably more of them in recent months.  As I continue to claw my way back into capabilities and strengths, I find it an even greater offense for anyone to try to put us “defectives” in a closed box.  (Please don’t get mad at me for using the word “defective” here and there… it’s a reference to the…

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About Tala

-Livestream Broadcaster - Active in Periscope & Busker -YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook Pages www.talanoexcuses.live Advocacy for better quality of life with catastrophic illness & injury. Conditions I live with myself are my awareness platform: rheumatic autoimmune & neurological, women's heart disease Traditional First Nations (Native American) -Training: Tai Ch'i Chuan, medical terminology, cultural Medicine -Avid about hiking, camping, & outdoor adventure Special Interests: Natural health, everything from East Indian to East Carolina cuisine, 16th Century German fencing Favorite Travel Spots: Yosemite, Catalina Island, E. North Carolina, Northern CA redwoods/coastal rainforest ~I live as naturally as I can, stay on a whole foods diet (as in what I eat, not as in "a diet"), avoid as many synthetic meds as I can, and do not consume artificial sweeteners and most preservatives. If you're curious about why, see my posts.~ Periscope/Twitter ID: Tala_NoExcuses https://badges.wegohealth.com/ha-awards-2016.js?referrer=Owb2x2Nb8L81mhJHyfwGcg

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