Knights of the Pain Table

A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

“Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams” – Life Lessons from Randy Pausch

| April 6, 2008

Sir Randy  Pausch Professor Randy Pausch,  who is suffering from pancreatic cancer,   gave his last lecture on Sept. 18, 2007,  before a packed audience at Carnegie Mellon,   a research university in Pittsburgh,  USA.    Professor Pausch reflected on his journey and the lessons he had learned along the way.  A happily married man with three young […]

Inspiration from a Dog named “Sugar”

| August 2, 2007

Pain of any type can wear you down and eventually break you.  When we are beaten down, as we begin to recover, we have to decide how we are going to see the world now, as everything has changed.  It is so easy to let bitterness, anger and frustration take over.  But what if we […]

Knight's Code of Honor at Camelot

| June 11, 2007

Knight’s Code of honor at Camelot To fight the war of pain is entering an abyss of “hell”, as chronic pain is ruthless.  Severe chronic pain has no boundaries or mercy.  To survive, the warrior must endure great suffering, which removes all of their humanity piece by piece.  But if we give up who we […]