If you ever have the chance to see the film about this man, it is an astonishing work:
So many biographies tend to be dull, or appear to be grasping for drama.
This man’s life did not need any more drama, it was filled to the brim with it as soon as he arrived in Molokai
I am not sure how many of us ever could, or would, have had the courage to do what he did.
I was a treatment Nurse in a Rehab Center for four years and was surrounded daily by those that society and the state of California considered to be wretched souls.
Many there were merely being housed in a state facility, that kept them medicated just enough to be safe for the staff to work with, or somewhat controllable.
Some times however, they were not.
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