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TO OUR READERS
Mental health is important to everyone. No one wants to be unable to control his or her thoughts or to be a burden to others. Although many people with mental disorders have been given the opportunity to lead more normal lives through counseling, psychotherapy, and medical treatment, the search for permanent healing of mental illness continues. In this issue, the Sentinel points the way to this much-desired goal.
The author of "Transformed mental health" tells of depression and hallucinations overcome. "The right arrangement of one's thoughts" provides practical tools for dealing with mental disorders. "Fighting forgetfulness," this week's editorial, brings out the importance of resisting the belief that forgetfulness is a natural part of growing older or is inescapable for other reasons.
TO OUR READERS
Transformed mental health
The right arrangement of one's thoughts
Nathan A. Talbot
Who am I?
Priscilla del Castillo
The media and "the advancing spiritual era"
On justice being served
Doreen L. Wheeler
A judge looks at individual reform
Thomas Gilbert Russell
To "become as little children"
Sharon Slaton Howell
Safe in the ark
Aaron Feuerstein on the miracle at Malden Mills
by Kim Shippey
I submit the following testimony with the utmost gratitude
Nancy O. TaVoularis
One morning when I was ready to go to work I was seized by...
Nathaniel A. Handy