“Whenever what is in front of you becomes more important than what’s behind you, you will always get away.”
They say, “The more frustrating the environment, the more fruitful the individual.” Being incarcerated has taught me all the things I’ve failed to apply in my life. It’s also revealed to me how much my past has molded me into who I am and what I’m becoming. Learning patience has also been a beautiful lesson and a blessing. I’ve grown a lot from where I was to where I am now, mentally and spiritually.
My name is Mau Joeseph Tafia, known by my family and friends as Jody. I’m 25 years of age, 5’8″ with brown eyes and an athletic build. I am currently incarcerated at Olympic Corrections Center in Forks, WA. I’m an Artist and Barber in society as well as in this institution. I sing/rap and write music and have been cutting hair for 9 years now. I’ve taken a course in Graphic Design/ Digital Arts at Washington State Penitentiary and am now awaiting a program that offers an AA.
Time is of the essence! I spend mines reading, studying, writing and exercising my mind and body. I could tell you a lot about myself but it would be better for you to find out for yourself. You can contact me on JPay.com or by letter. Enjoy your week and be the change you want to see in the world.