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Darrell Hampton's Profile
Age: 30
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, February 5 2015
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Trust is an absurd phenomenon, logically absurd. That’s why logic says love’s blind, although love has its own eyes; for more optical…still for logic love is blind. Logic ridicules love, and love smiles knowingly at the whole foolishness of logic. If you take the logical approach… study, observe, come to some conclusions, but that won’t transform you. If you want transformation, then fall in love. Then forget the head, let there be contact heart-to-heart, spirit-to-spirit. Then there’s no need to be much concerned with what you see, your concern should be what you feel. You shouldn’t be concerned in collecting information, but being in celebration with me. Don’t take much not of what I say, take note of what I am. Listen to my silences, the pauses, the gaps, the intervals – I’m more there. You will become aware of a totally different world existing here. It’s an energy field. You have to be open and vulnerable to it, only then can it permeate you, wade you, overwhelm you…

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Jessica Wormington's Profile
Age: 25
Location: WV
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Friday, February 6 2015
Inmate Blog Category:
UPDATE

Hey ya’ll! It’s Jess checking in. I wanted to update a little bit about myself and what’s going on with me. The winter months have been quite lonely. It’s always the hardest time of year for me. My birthday just passed on the 17th of January. It was a little depressing just because I am 25 and here, but then I found my positive! I see parole this year and am hoping my time in this facility will soon be over. I am ready for my release date and to be able to start fresh! Nerves are already getting to me, but I am doing all I can to calm myself and stay on track. I have upped my exercise routine to a tougher and more advanced schedule. I find it to be a great stress reliever. I also just enrolled myself into two college courses: Oral Communications and Business Math. I want to take advantage of every opportunity that I possibly can! I need loyal, caring, understanding and positive people in my life. I look forward to hearing from you!

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Graciela Cortez's Profile
Age: 41
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Friday, February 6 2015
Inmate Blog Category:Prisoners
WE'RE ALL PRISONERS

In this world, people are held prisoners in many different ways. There are individuals who are prisoners of their fears, complexes, limitations, bad relationships and/or addictions. There are those who are prisoners of the need to have "more": more money, property, power, fame, sex, etc. Oh, but that's not all! There are still people who are prisoners of the taboos, beliefs, or customs of the cultures where they are born/raised. Then there is my type: those who are prisoners of flaws in the legal system of the USA; A country that in the eyes of the world, is supposed to have the more "efficient" justice system. I'm living proof of the contrary. Right now, however, my focus is on telling you that I can, in a way, relate to all of you who are prisoners in some way. I have conquered imprisonment by understanding that while my body is being held prisoner behind the walls of this prison, my mind, heart and spirit will forever be free. I have the freedom to express what I think and what I feel on paper and then share it with the world. I invite you to find a safe and healthy way to free yourself from whatever is holding you prisoner. Feel free to share your thoughts and feelings with me. I'm here for all prisoners of the world. Write me at the address provided please.

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Riley Fleming's Profile
Age: 43
Location: IL
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Saturday, February 7 2015
Inmate Blog Category:Loneliness
LONESOME

Have you ever been alone? Have you ever been lonesome? What's the difference? Being alone is a physical state of not being there with someone! Being lonesome is a mental state, it's emotional, it's being without companionship. Have you ever felt that feeling before? I know I was not an angel! But, mostly I languish in lonesomeness. Isn't this the land of second chances? I accept my responsibility for my actions. I strive to be better. I've grown, I understand. I would love to share my experience, I would love to know yours. I realize that no one owes me a thing. I don't want much, I don't want to be lonesome! Am I wrong for wanting to correspond with someone. Are my expectations too high? To receive and or share words of encouragement is not a crime!

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Kenneth Eric Watson's Profile
Age: 42
Location: GA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, February 12 2015
Inmate Blog Category:FRIENDSHIP
THE THREADS THAT WEAVE OUR CONNECTION

I am a kind soul with wonderfully stimulating outlooks on an array of topics. Easy to talk to, compassionate, non-judgmental, nor offensive. Even in disagreements I communicate with logic and reasoning. Listening and articulating are my strong suits. I prefer a “diverse” social circle. My only prejudices are ignorant and close-minded people. I see “souls” not people. No matter your religious beliefs, I feel the condition of your “soul” will bear witness to the affects of your faith. Rather agnostic or devour, you’re welcomed to bare you soul in friendship. No matter where you are or who you are; life, love, and humanity are the common threads that weaves us together. Fear of the unknown and preconceived notions “keep us apart”. The lack of fear and open-mindedness “sets us apart”. I have a few hobbies but feel that hobbies only accent the connection rather than justifies it. What’s dinner and dancing without chemistry and communication? I’m an enthusiast of the “basics” before adding interesting refinements to the procedure of getting to know one another. I support and uplift. I’m lighthearted and pliant. You must enjoy long letters that evoke thoughts, smiles, and emotions. My pen is long winded if we connect. “Optics” are not my determining tool for friendship or compatibility; I am not shallow! Yet I want to see your picture just as you have seen mine; reciprocity! There is so much darkness in the world, “friendship” is my beacon of light and I offer it to you!

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Kevin Barlow's Profile
Age: 35
Location: IL
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, February 12 2015
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I focus on keeping a low profile, staying out of trouble. I’m allergic to stress, so I try to keep all drama and stress related issues at arms length. I would rather laugh and smile and make the best of my life and of my everydays, than to allow the past and other negatives to keep me stuck in neutral and foggy in the mind. At some point a person will have to wake up one day with the realization that they’re tired of being weighed down like greasy food by negative people, even if changes are ultimately needed. I know that change is uncomfortable and unfamiliar but change is sometimes necessary for the betterment of oneself and even for the betterment of those around you who are good for you and who have your best interests at heart. I’ve decided to help those who need it, show love to those who warrant it, keep negative people away and always keep a smile on my face. I’ve learned to appreciate and I focus on exercising this reality for the rest of my days. - Simply Kev -

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Darek Earhart's Profile
Age: 35
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Thursday, February 12 2015
Inmate Blog Category:


You know growing up most people used to root for the good guys while they would watch Super Hero movies. Not me, I was the one that rooted for the bad guys. You know some people might say this is exactly where I’m supposed to be and you know as crazy as it might sound me saying this, it’s true, this is exactly where I am supposed to be. This place has opened up my heart, through my faith in Jesus Christ. I have love in my heart (1John4:7-8). It’s crazy where I found love in prison. Now I can’t wait to share it with someone special. With someone special who makes it hard to breathe being next to them. It never hurts to be optimistic. I would like to thank everybody from around the world that’s written to me. And send a shout out to the people in France my prayers are with you. Much Love, Darek

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Anthony McNeal's Profile
Age: 44
Location: IL
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Friday, February 13 2015
Inmate Blog Category:
I CAN'T BREATHE

I can’t breathe is my statement of solidarity with those weeping over unfair treatment and for those who seek change through the political process and the exercise of civil disobedience. I can’t breathe because the criminal justice system has historically held a choke hold on African Americans. The media exposure given to the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown has potentially reinvigorated a conversation that has laid dormant for far too long. Black and white folks alike have been afraid to confront the pattern of prejudices and industrialized racism African Americans still face today. Law is probably the most important common denominator in our democracy. It is the glue that binds every class of people and every social issue faced in this country. Dating back to the era of reconstruction black men were routinely arrested, convicted on fabricated charges and sentenced to work in the evolved state of slavery. Fast forward to the present where blacks in Illinois make up 13% of the population yet represent 48% of the 48,000 prison inmates. The disparity in these numbers gives cause for that sleeping giant to awaken, demanding the eradication of poverty, accessible education and criminal justice reform. Until the ushering in of true equality, police will kill more black men. Prosecutors will continue to give the appearance they are seeking justice. On the other hand prosecutors will vigorously seek the convictions of black defendants. Ultimately those few that are spared from death by prison owe their lives to generous white lawyers and journalists. It is these people that restore our faith in humanity. But until the choke hold of inequality loosens its grip we must continue to resist classism, racism and universal discrimination. Mr. Anthony McNeal Tony

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Alex Negron's Profile
Age: 34
Location: IL
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Friday, February 13 2015
Inmate Blog Category:
I MUST DECREASE

In John 3 verse 30, John the Baptist says, “He must increase, but I must decrease”. I never understood this until I was filled with the Holy Spirit. I was so self-centered, self-righteous and very selfish and lived the very opposite of this verse. John the Baptist knew his place and was at peace with his role in God’s perfect plan. He was to prepare the nation of Israel for the coming of Jesus. When Jesus’ ministry started, the disciples of John the Baptist noticed that the fame of Jesus was taking flight and brought it to John’s attention and from Verses 27 to 36, John answers them. To me, Verse 30 stuck out the most. The Holy Spirit pricked my heart and exposed my flaw as a person. Now that I am a member of the Kingdom, I can no longer be about “self”. I was the type of person that even when I did for others, it was really about me. I chose this scripture because it’s vital in any spiritual life and walk with our Creator. In order for Christ to be preached to others, he must increase in our everyday lives and “self” must decrease. The only true way a believer can become reflections of God’s perfect light is to live a life of selflessness. May all those who read this little piece of insight grow in the wisdom of our Heavenly Father, Amen.

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Marcus Hunt's Profile
Age: 37
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Saturday, February 14 2015
Inmate Blog Category:New Age Epoch
NEW AGE GENDER

I would like to open an intriguing dialogue on New Age Gender on my blog. What they are, where you're born this way. When does someone come to know that there is something other than what this world says there are? How does one find those of like mind, species, or culture? What are some of these gender categories? Facebook has listed over 40 gender categories to choose from. WOW! As for myself, I'd love to encounter the feline genders, or bunny genders! LOL! I mean, I'm an optimistic person and am always open to new things. I also hear they have vampire genders, someone please put me on? A new Age Epoch for sure. Right! I also hear that this be the year of the drones. That they've become public! the world is a most intriguing place. Are you unplugged or sleep walking in this Valley of Tears? Don't be withholding when you contact me. Intervention of minds is what we need. To convey out intellects so that I have some idea of what I'm coming home to is what I'm searching for. Looking to hear from you, if not about the blog, hopefully you've viewed my profile.State your topic of New Age discussion. Whether it be provocative or distinguished is entirely fine with me. Neophytes for Intellectual Freedom! Sincerely, Apacale X

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