Keith Trott

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Keith Trott
Posted over 2 years ago
Can one teach young people to be moral? Is morality something that must be taught in the home? Is it innate?
The American Mental Health Association believes there is an ever increasing rate of mental disfunction even though more and more public money is being spent to correct the problem(s). And many people in this discussion have described a disconnect of individuals with society. This disconnect is, IMHO, much of the problem. Many people in our society today are disconnected but everything is fine for them because agencies pay the bills. Years and decades ago this was not so. For example, parents named godparents for their children in case something should happen to them (the parents). In other words, people relied on the community for support and survival, not an ever extending hand of governmental and NGO agencies. So why would I agree to connect with society if I can apply for and receive aid from an agency? Can't I just do what I want? And doesn't being a member of society mean getting along with the status quo? The problem is, the status quo isn't perfect so many don't want to slither through this human muck. We are imperfect, frail, guilt ridden, and not anything like a perfect, omni present, omni powerful God who will never forsake us. To this I say, Forgiveness is divine. Prayer is used to remind and remind. Failure is what we do but not and end. So let us try, try, try again and again. Amen.
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Keith Trott
Posted about 3 years ago
Jill Bolte Taylor: My stroke of insight
Very inlightening and motivating. I think you used your entire brain for this presentation. I hope you can use your experiences to understand your brother's problems. You are a person who can change the societal stigma associated with mental illness with such moving presentations. Thank you.