Knights of the Pain Table

A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

Jaydee Bixby Sings She’s an Old Fashioned Girl from “Cowboys and Cadillacs”

| September 20, 2008

Jaydee Bixby Last year Jaydee Bixby finished as the runner-up on the fifth season of Canadian Idol, a reality based TV show that attempts, through a competition, to find the most talented singer in Canada.  Driven by his deep passion for music, Jaydee has used his Canadian Idol experience as a launch pad for his […]

Zero Gravity Dog, Petitcrieu, Doth Fly in Camelot

| September 18, 2008

University  of  Camelot At the UofC ( University of Camelot),  the highest division of study is the Quadrivium,  which included the four sciences;  arithmetic,  geometry,  astronomy and music.   One day the class of Enchantress Florisdelfa sat by the fountain,  surrounded by the fragrance of amaranthus.    Under the blissfulness of the sunne, her students beseeched their […]

Chronic Pain Should Be Considered a Disease – The Right Not to Suffer – Dr. Cousins

| September 17, 2008

Chronic  Pain Chronic pain is silent, invisible, stealth like,  merciless and unrelenting.    Those afflicted with chronic pain are suffering day by day,  often amidst a torrent of ignorance and helplessness.    But there are mavericks who observe that chronic pain is not being understood and  patients are being tortured each day by this fierce malady. In […]

Kanye West – Everything I’m Not Made Me Everything I Am

| September 8, 2008

Kanye   West Artists are often the first ones to anticipate social change.   Their voices can reflect changes or keep us anchored to truth.   It is wise to listen to their voices and appreciate the value of their message.  Kanye West,  a brilliant Hip Hop Artist,  works very hard on his music to make it as […]