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Finding Freedom: In Struggles We Gain Strength, In Truth We Find Peace


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#2

It looks like our prison or, rather, punishment system, has as bad an outcome as the world's most expensive health "care" system--ours of course. What does this say about our nation? Is it only the prison system that is the problem or is it more systemic than that?

Very striking portraits--the real deal. The many lines in their faces are roadmaps of suffering. We can end such needless pain.


#3

Wow, shocking, sad as system that causes so much suffering and human wreckage, looks like " someone" needs to look into a mirror and that aint the prisoners either.


#4

victimless criminals should be released post haste and the criminals who create and maintain the reasons for all this madness be placed in prison post haste. this is an indictment straight on up from reagan (just say 'no' while cocaine flowed from ollie north and company) to obama who can't seem to stop the corporate power that would continue the corporate prison system. it is evil and very indicative of a society that has lost its moral compass. greed rules!!


#5

As long as we live in the Fourth Reich instead of the Constitutional Republic of the United States of America, (unless we are wealthy and powerful) we are all prisoners.
;-})


#6

America the Beautiful
is behind bars.


#7

“The degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons.” Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Doesn't bode well for the US...


#9

If the course of evolutionary forces sculpt the Best Soul
Then it is our Prisons not Harvard that produces the Finest.

It is when one see's the Depth, that one seizes upon the Fullness.
Core Self Knowledge will always find Empathic Compassion.

There is much to be said about the current degrading economics,
but what I have seen is a precious co-Humanity growing amoung the Victims