One thing that I learned quickly was that when times get tough you find out who cares about you and who doesn’t. That is particularly applicable to family and friends. After years incarcerated family and friends are non-existent or indifferent. Which is sad because I have come to the conclusion that relationships are the most important things in life. Therefore the
people that provide comfort, care, and connection as I experience the hardships of prison violence, racism, prison politics, stabbings, gang activity, and guard brutality, while I support you through the hardships you face in life, it will ensure my sincere and genuine loyalty throughout the remainder of my life. Being a shoulder to lean on will be rewarding for the both of us.
I am not seeking any particular person. I don’t care about your age, gender, nationality, race, weight, creed, height, etc., or your past, all that I care about is that you are open to becoming lifelong friends. Currently we are strangers but strangers are merely potential future friends. Regardless of how our connection unfolds, I welcome it.
I do not lie, cheat, or play games. Neither do I use drugs, smoke, or drink.
Regardless of where you are in your life, if you are reading this, then I believe we are meant to meet. I believe we both have something in common, we want someone we can trust, count on, and lean on. And in my case particularly, I need someone to turn to when the violence and prison grind overwhelms me.
Please take a minute to reach out, make my life more bearable, and most importantly, make your life more exciting! Sometimes you find what you are looking for in the most unlikely and darkest places. And prison is as dark as a place there is. Yet sometimes you find a diamond in a dark piece of coal.
In closing, please send me message on www.jpay.com, write a regular letter to me, or drop a message on here; as soon as I get the message/letter I will get back to you.