I forgot to post the two articles I have written lately for M4S2. I am writing A LOT, but unfortunately, it isn’t anything blog worthy. I have been writing and rewriting the strategic plan for M4S2, writing policy and standards explanations for a program for M4S2, doing research for a bunch of M4S2 related materials, blah, blah, blah.
One article, however, that may be of interest to people that may not be mainly interested in the nonprofit is about the metaphysical bit in survival, using my own experience of having died twice. Surviving: mind and body talks about the crisis of faith in my will to live after my first death, and how that faith was restored in the second.
My second article was written in response to a post of a friend on Facebook. this friend is very distrustful of law enforcement and is a thoughtful person. However, he was given reason for distrust by the posting of a comment by someone in a corrections officer job. It inspired me to write Being a Bell Curve Commando. Coincidentally, he and I had a bit of spat where he challenged me on whether I thought criminal justice types could do no wrong, when I commented on a negative post he made about the actions of some cops in Florida. He now has proof that I will call down misguided beliefs, corruption, and abuse when it is proven.
I am writing again on Bastian’s War, but I have to reread everything and remind myself of some of the plot developments. the last time I wrote at length on BW was in Lubbock, just before my heart attack. I don’t remember what I was thinking about. Probably should start taking more notes.
Anyway, for the three of you actually reading my work, thank you. I will try to be more diligent in the days to come. Yeah, I know, promises, promises…