The lunatic is on the grass: A schizophrenic golfer unwittingly removes stigma of mental health

I’m not sure why exactly, but this beautiful story gives me hope. I’m addicted to pornography, I’m codependent, I’m chronically depressed… I’m not mentally healthy. But these things don’t define me.




“For no amount of our screaming at the people in charge to change things can change them… the powers bent on waging war against the poor and the young and the “other” will only be moved to kinship when they observe it.”

We all have those moments that change our lives forever. Sometimes we don’t even notice it. We expect some huge moment. We expect what we see in movies and on tv. So sometimes, we miss it, we miss the miracle right in front if our faces. Of the 2 most life altering moments in my life, one was at an obscure building behind a super 8 motel in the middle of no where. Miracles aren’t supposed to happen there are they? It sounds like a country song. The other was the one I’m going to tell you about now.

It came at a time when I needed…

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