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Open Minds Quarterly: Spring 2005


Volume VII, Issue I

The Spring 2005 issue featured a story that explores how the many words associated with anxiety are often never spoken; the final installment in a series on Linda who is seeking recognition from the court system; a personal essay on the importance of taking the time to stop and listen to one another; a fiction tale of a child who witnesses the revealing of her mother’s paranoia; a book review on Melody Carlson’s book “Finding Alice” – Carlson’s schizophrenia progressed to the point where she had an awakening in a belief that God, angels and demons were talking to her; and a poem about how the truth has the ability to protect, direct, orient, warn and defend a person and how once one learns the truth, the ability to discover new possibilities can be divine.


Spring 2005 Contents

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