Loneliness seeks compassion
Behind these prison walls of deep loneliness sits this caring,
understanding, compassionate, open minded 41 years old black
male, reaching out into society in hopes of making that
connection with that special person who doesn't mind writing,
and building a true authentic friendship with one who's
incarcerated. Please know, my present circumstances has nothing
to do with the quality, and character of a man. I'm because I'm
a man of honestly, sincerity, and integrity. Moreover, I'm
mentally, spiritually, and emotionally qualified to hold, and
share a true friendship.
Here in prison I've involved myself in many positive things to help
rehabilitate myself, and prepare myself for the outside world.
I've obtained my GED, an associate degree, and completed
culinary school. I accomplished all this not to boast, but to
help me be a more positive, and productive person to my family,
community, and self. Hobbies are I enjoy reading, writing,
sports, movies, and music.
Through this request, I'm deeply hoping I'll meet that special friend.
true friendships should not be bound by one's situation, race,
or status, but upon the quality and character of the
person. So, are you willing to extend your friendship?
Joe Wyatt #
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