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Raul Herrera's Profile
Age: 31
Location: CA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Tuesday, November 29 2016
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First let me say thank you for taking time to read my blog. I’m excited that 2016 is ending and ready to welcome 2017 and see what the new year has in store for me. Even though I’m incarcerated, 2016 has been a pretty good year for me. I’m one year closer to going home and have been given a new youth offender parole date. I got incarcerated when I was really young and naïve, so I’m really thankful that California and society are giving individuals such as myself the opportunity to show that the boy I was when I got locked up is not the man I’ve become today. Thank you once again for reading my blog. Raul Herrera

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Ray Sanner's Profile
Age: 29
Location: VA
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Wednesday, November 30 2016
Inmate Blog Category:Prison Life

Live from the Concrete Palace: I’m currently locked down in a Special Housing Unit (SHU), where I’ve been held since July 1st. In ten years that I’ve been in the federal prison system, I’ve had my share of days that I won’t ever forget. July 1 tops that list. And now I have three new scars to always remind me; four if you count the one above my hair line. A win is a win, but even victory can come at a heavy price in this system. There’s no glory in it either. I’ll be kept under lock and key herein the SHU until sometime next year. Then I’ll be sent to the Special Management Unit (SMU) program at Lewisburg for a year, locked in a box again. I still count my blessings though. I’m still focused on the free world instead of prison. However, now mail call is my only lifeline. I would appreciate someone mature enough to understand my position. Be aware that I’m not looking for love, just and honest friend. Please do not write if you’re into hard drugs, like heroin or meth. Please do not write if you’ve ever used words like “sugar baby” to describe yourself. And please do not writ if you’re quick to use the word love. I’d rather have a more enduring sort of relationship. Someone said I sound like I’m selling dreams in my profile. Really though, I’m too busy chasing after my own to be selling any…

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Jermaine Gilliam's Profile
Age: 36
Location: TX
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Wednesday, November 30 2016
Inmate Blog Category:Life

One of my favorite quotes of wisdom is, “God will not change the condition of a people until they change the condition within themselves.” Many of us go through life trying to change our situations from the outside, only to be faced with disappointment, failure, and still the existence of the very situation we were trying to change. Why is that? Because true change comes from within. I once read, “Be the change that you wish to be in the world” (Mahatma Gandhi), and this starts the process. Other people become affected by our positive influence and our positive charged auras. We become examples for the masses to follow. But it starts from within yourself. We must think positive thoughts and act them out until they become a part of us. Then it is no longer difficult to face outside negativity. It is easily overcome, through our positive, loving, and diving nature. The enlightened do not deal in hate. We deal in equality, manifesting the God within and building positivity while destroying negativity with love and understanding. Positive thinking increases out magnetism. Thus, we attract people with our gravitational pull or electromagnetism. These people sense our positive vibrations and respond by being helpful and improving our conditions. But it all starts ‘within” us, individually. What are you thinking? How are you thinking? If you are already thinking positive, then take the next step and “act” positively in everything you do. Your condition will change for the better. Peace.

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Antonio Thomas's Profile
Age: 27
Location: OH
Total Blog Entries: 1
Inmate Blog Entry:Monday, December 5 2016
Inmate Blog Category:Communication

You don't know how grateful I am for the attention my profile has received. Thank you for the time some had to spare, I understand that everyone has a life to live and maintain, I respect that. So honestly, if you don't happen to have the time to be a part of my life or be there for me, I understand. I would just like you to be considerate and not leave me with my hopes high. Other than that, it does cost to purchase the stamps to communicate with me on It's affordable and you can download the app. I'm doing okay, maintaining. I know this isn't a dead end, I still can use the friend. I'm staying focused every day. Being patient. Jpay is a much easier way for us to communicate and stay in touch. That, and make my day seeing someone stand by my side. If jpay is too much, you can write me a letter at my address, especially if you'd rather take the time to write instead. Please include your phone number and address if you do decide to reach out to me. I hope you do, don't hesitate. Get at me.

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