Archive | October 2014

A Beautiful Mind

We have dwelt in dark places for so long in the matter of depression, (which can kill a person). The study of it is like a volumious black hole that can have tentacles reaching into one’s soul. Scary stuff to be sucked into and nothing to play with at all.

Then I heard a still small voice cry out to me, “Jessica, walk in the light and ye shall be in the light.” I believe that voice is Jesus. Selah! and Amen!

The above movie posting is from the critically acclaimed block buster, “A Beautiful Mind.”

I pray that is well with your souls. Know this – that the Lord also desires that we be in good health and that we prosper even as our souls prosper. Amen.

Next posting will be about the cure and not the problem. Seeking out viable alternatives that encourage and promote mental health – the inverse of mental illness. Amen.


Sincerely Jessica Mae Richardson


Sing a new song. Selah!

The cure for passivity!

Sincerely Jessica Mae Richardson



Bring Change To Mind

In keeping up with what’s going on behind the scenes. Here at the desktop, I am pressing my way staying diligent which is a special grace and faithful in a few things. A few post back I posted a homemade video of my late great brother. His name was Prince Edward Richardson RIP June 13, 1963 – July 17, 2012 AD. Today in my inbox, I go this message from an international organization that is all about knowing the mind and de-stigmatizing the plight of mental illnesses and enhancing mental health. I’m sharing this email. Hopeful for Bringing Change to Mind. Sincerely Jessica Mae Richardson


Dear Jessica,
Henry Boy Jenkins
To read more of Henry’s beautiful blog posts, please click here.

We live in a wonderful world filled with unique individuals that we can learn from and commingle with to our heart’s content. One percent of our planet’s population lives with schizophrenia, a splintered, chaotic, and debilitating mental disorder that is often as bewildering as it is lonely. Many lives are affected by this illness – families, friends, advocates, and caregivers. Yet even with a history of stigma and discrimination to address, there is hope for integration, both individually and socially, when we work together.

In 1992, the World Federation for Mental Health – a global organization with members in more than 150 countries – established World Mental Health Day, celebrated annually on October 10th. The theme for 2014 is “Living With Schizophrenia”, focusing on research, challenges, and changes in public perception of this most misunderstood mental illness.

Among this year’s topics are the prioritization of treatment services, the relationship between physical and mental health, and the need for open discussion of mental disorders. I encourage you to promote mental health awareness in your community at every opportunity. I invite you to start by sharing your story with others. Putting a face on the diagnosis makes the heart and soul easier to see.

As a person living with schizophrenia, I am very excited about this year’s World Mental Health Day. Knowing that conversations will take place all around this fantastic planet gives me hope for a future where the gift of reality is not taken for granted, but granted a wider audience.

Henry Boy Jenkins