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Light in the Cell

One of the most profound transformations depicted in our anthology occurred in the life of Roberto Wahid Lewis.  I had a few phone conversations with Wahid (the spiritual name by which I know and call him) while he was serving a life sentence in a maximum security prison  in Illinois.  After serving twenty six years […]

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A Taste of My Story

by Rudi Gelsey When Jim Sharon first approached me to participate in the men’s anthology project, my first reaction was one of ambivalence. The book Ordinary People: Extraordinary Lives sounded very attractive. On the other hand, I was then deeply involved in writing a book of my own:  Perpetual Peace: Pipe Dream or Possibility, now […]

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