That leads me to an issue one of my readers was mentioning that I think is worth talking about.Lots and lots of people have loved ones in prison, whether husbands, boyfriends and pen pals.Prisons are not country clubs and the average prison does not serve simply as a vacation spot for criminals. Inmates’ isolation from society might make us sleep better at night, but the truth is that our justice system and sentencing laws need major reform. – Education and rehabilitation in prison can change people and save lives.Many inmates never used a smartphone, tablet, or computer yet today’s digital society cannot function without them.I have to be mindful of my limit when writing, because I blog on 7 different sites (at the time of this blog) and one of them puts a limit of only 5 blogs every 24 hours…I have one left to blog at least until later on this afternoon.Just consider for a minute a person that is in prison now.I got out of prison in 2001, and I am sure there are a lot of guys I knew that are still in there.
I promise nothing in answers, but I can at least try to address it.
Imagine how lost a person would feel if he was behind those walls during that time. When I got out in 2001, a lot of the new cars then was weird for me to see. New neighborhoods are built, new roads, a town can change it’s appearance to the point that you don’t recognize it.