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Portmeirion - Mathew Lock MA

Portmeirion - Mathew Lock MA

The Prisoner Workout: Killer Bodyweight Exercises for Small Spaces

Prisoner Workout: Bodyweight Workouts

The metal door opened with a loud creak, Belamey appeared in a shadow as he looked through the prison bars. "You there?" He saw two, boney thin hands appear from the darkness. "Were else would I be..." Her voice was low and crude, she paused and spoke hesitantly, "don't let them do this to me..."

Symbols: These prison bars are symbolic of reconciliation because we are prisoners to our own sins until we ask to be forgiven of them.

Justice Reform Organizations >> In 1980, there were about 500,000 people in prison in the U.S. Today there are 2.3 million, and according to the 2008 U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics there’s a total of over 7 million people on parole or probation or locked up.

Justice Reform Organizations >> In there were about people in prison in the U. Today there are million, and according to the 2008 U. Bureau of Justice Statistics there’s a total of over 7 million people on parole or probation or locked up.

Will always have your back... But just walk around the fence... That is what you need to do now... Make a choice

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Here, at Gardelegen Concentration Camp, the guards panicked as Allied forces drew closer. In an effort to stop the prisoners from escaping or being liberated by the advancing Americans the guards locked a majority of them inside the warehouses and burned them alive. By the time the American Army arrived to the camp, the warehouse was smoking and the majority of prisoners dead.

© Margaret Bourke-White, April The Holocaust of Gardelegen: German SS guards tried to burn between 500 and 1000 prisoners to prevent their being liberated by advancing Americans, Apr.

Reminds me of that saying , " We are all a combination of hopes and hurts"   Show a little compassion for that asshole you run across , they likely have sorrow.

I love this, being a prisoner in your own mind, feeling like that's where you're trapped, in Your own head trying to find a way out but you cant depression and anxiety is hard to deal with and I think this a beautiful way to describe it