Prison Life Script Pastebin 2022
George Anthony Morton is a classical painter who spent ten years in federal prison for dealing drugs. While incarcerated, he nurtured his craft and unique artistic ability. Since his release, he is doing everything he can to defy society's unlevel playing field and tackle the white-dominant art world. Now, he is on a journey back to his hometown of Kansas City, where he tries to heal the broken relationship with his mother-- who's in-and-out of jail-- and paint family members in the style of the Dutch Old Masters. Going back forces George to face his past in his quest to rewrite the script of his life and discover the contribution of African influences to the realist tradition.
Prison Life Script | Pastebin 2022
SD.489 reads in part: Any person who traffics in fentanyl or any derivative of fentanyl by knowingly or intentionally manufacturing, distributing, dispensing or possessing with intent to manufacture, distribute or dispense or by bringing into the commonwealth shall, if the net weight of the fentanyl in pure form is: 40 grams or more, be punished by a term of imprisonment in the state prison for life.
We will note that our country already incarcerates more people than any other wealthy nation in the world. We also recognize another unfortunate truth: As long as the market exists, there will always be another seller willing to take the risk. Throw a fentanyl dealer into prison for life, and two others will line up ready to take their place.
When we face our emotional hurts, and fear-based stories created to keep ourselves safe in the past, we liberate ourselves from the self-imposed prison. This process is not easy to do alone and is recommended to do with a trauma-informed practitioner. But, the prize is to grow up. To take ownership of our life and create a life of meaning, based on values you hold dear and learn ways of living from your choices, not at the whim of others' expectations and pain points.
You become the author, and lead casted star of your life script. Yet, like all new ventures, we need to embed ourselves into the character's persona, unlearn mannerisms, and idealogy that doesn't marry with the emergence of the character you are stepping into. The challenge is to be the change you want to see in the world. Set the standard, the bar, the line in the sand between whom you choose to be, and what you will tolerate/operate with from the outside world. 041b061a72