I’ve always thought of rehabilitation in prison to mean that you come to view justice in the proper light. That means giving up the criminal mindset, the idea of prison “honor,” the erroneous views about “snitching” and a hustle. All of it. It’s about changing the things that you value in life, not just saying “I’m going to be good this time.” How can you be good if you still think the same, if you still say you hate cops and still glorify criminal activities and go through life trying to lie and hustle and use people? You have to change the things that matter, and the way to do that is not with prayers or words or a deity waving a magic wand; it’s with your mind. From within.
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