Showing Remorse By: Jason Parr

I have spent the majority of the last 25 years in and out of prison. Everytime I have had a parole hearing one of the questions was how do I feel about what I have done and are you remorseful. To this day I still cannot explain nor understand how a person can show this emotion Is it a frown or a river of eternal tears? How do one ” show ” Some of my actions may show that I have a desire and determination, to rectify and or make amends for the wrongs of my past, but to actually show it physically, is still beyond me. All I can do is continue to live my life as best as I can and to always show respect and empathy for others. I must say that I am fortunate to have people in my life that help me stay on the right path because it is very easy to revert and pick up old habits or to put walls up that will only hinder my progress in life, so far so good in this effort. If you find this topic interesting or wish to be one of those people who can motivate or encourage me to keep on keeping on, please send your comments to me by using the information listed below.

Jason Parr #A608-600
5900 B.I.S. Rd.
Lancaster, Ohio 43130
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