Number 5: The Faith you have – in Whom is it placed? (via Nana A Damoah)

I owe this story to a good colleague, called Richard Laryea. She couldn't take another year in prison. She couldn't even think about it. It had become so loathsome that it was almost preferable to die than to waste away any longer behind those walls. So her appeal began, not to the Governor, nor to the warden, but to the prison undertaker. The undertaker was responsible for all inmates that died. He placed them in coffins, sealed the coffins, and … Read More

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