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Editing My Book (Book Update)


Hello Everyone,

I just wanted to give everyone an update on my book titled “100 Years, A Journey to End a Vicious Cycle.” I am on the final stages of the editing process. Everything appears to be on schedule. The book cover design is already complete. Everything is coming together. I am really looking forward to the finished product. This book sheds light on the repeated cycle of prison within our society. I believe that this book will help some of the younger generation when facing peer pressure of drugs and criminal behavior. I am excited to see this movement of breaking the cycle  come to life through this book.

What Good Can I Do?


Good morning everyone! I woke up this morning thinking of the many problems that exist within our society. I thought about our homeless problem, disease problem, drug addiction problem, criminal activity, prison overcrowding, spousal abuse, child abuse & abandonment etc. At that moment I felt bad for the many people who are currently experiencing those things. I thought about the old saying “you are either a part of the solution or a part of the problem.” I then asked myself the question: “what good can I do today?” I don’t want to be a part of societies problems by sitting back idle as if I don’t see these thing happening. Any gift that I have can be used as an instrument to help someone experiencing difficult times. I don’t have much but one of my greatest treasures are my experiences. Many years ago, I lived a life of a street hustler and partook in things related to that lifestyle. As a result of that lifestyle I ended up serving a lot of time in prison. Well, I have been out of prison for ten years and made significant changes in my life. As a human being I am somewhat obligated to do my part in preventing others from heading down that same path. The good that I plan to do is to reach those who use drugs and commit crimes. I am hoping that my life can be a good example of what not to do.

Anyone who may be using drugs or committing crimes, I would say to you, there is a better way. The first step is to address the issues that has led us in that direction. This can be done by talking to others about our feelings or seeking professional help. The next step is to pursue an education. Without an education, it will be difficult to find gainful employment. A vocational trade such as plumbing, electrician, welding, and auto mechanics. There are jobs in these fields. A college degree will also open doors of opportunity. Drugs and criminal activity will lead to prison or death. Freedom is more valuable than money.

A number of others on this site has a lot that they can offer others. My questions to everyone is “what good can you do today?” I would like to hear from others. Someone may need your help!