My first thought was to use the Italian word, "salute'," meaning "God bless you" or "to your health.""Come up with a short, simple phrase or sentence that could be used when saying 'Hello' or 'Good-bye' to express your wishes for fellow Migraineurs."
But I love the Hawaiian language. Many simple words have several meanings. For example, the word "mana'olana" means:
Hope, confidence, faith, expectation; to hope; thoughts that rise or float, like expectation and hope.If any word could convey my wishes for a fellow migraineur (or a fellow human being, for that matter), it would be mana'olana.
Mana'olana, my friends. May you be blessed with hope, confidence, and faith that something good will happen.
art work: Mana-olana: http://fineartamerica.com/featured/mana-olana-means-hope-cheryl-ehlers.html
National Migraine Awareness Month is initiated by the National Headache Foundation. The Blogger's Challenge is initiated by www.FightingHeadacheDisorders.com.