A literature review of the issues of involuntary commitment, mental health recovery, and peer support, including the established values and ethics of these initiatives; a historical perspective of past and current recovery efforts in Vermont; and related mental health programs. Development of a proposal for the State of Vermont to fund a study Moving Ahead Project to determine those mental health recovery and peer support initiatives that might be helpful to people who have repeated involuntary mental health commitments. Explanation of the implementation of the study, including descriptions of the interview process, focus groups, and working with advisory boards. A description of the data analysis process, an overview of the findings, and the process of using the data as the basis for developing the Community Links program.
Care and Feeding of the Spirit in Skellig Section 1: Close Reading "I found him in the garage on a Sunday afternoon.
It was the day after we moved into Falconer Road. The winter was ending. Mum had said we'd be moving just in time for spring. Nobody else was there. The others were inside the house with Dr.
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David Almond's Skellig begins with a passage that contains the seeds of several essential elements of the story we are about to hear from its central character, Michael. The passage does not tell us who Michael found in the garage-or that his name is Skellig. That tidbit is not revealed until we arrive on page nearly halfway through the story.
Skellig may be an angel, or an owl, or a man. He may be a combination of all three--or none of the above. Skellig may be an Old Norse word for courage or hope. It could be a term that symbolizes renewal or resuscitation after grave disappointment.
In the end, what Skellig is remains an enigma; he is unique and defies classification. As the story unfolds, Michael is distraught. He hadn't suspected "the winter was ending.
It is Sunday, the Lord's day. Michael's family has just moved. Like Moses, he is a stranger in a strange land. It is literally a strange land because he has just moved there. But, it is figuratively a strange land as well because he is bewildered by what is going on around him.
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Now Glenn Reynolds links to a Michael Walzer essay on a war with Iraq that provides one response. The key grafs: "Defending the embargo, the American overflights, and the UN inspections: this is the right way to oppose.
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