Friday, November 3, 2017

 Just for thought!


While searching the internet a few days ago for articles and resources that might make a difference in figuring out what next step in the life-changing mission of having someone entering into the criminal justice system or is a repeat offender.
I would like to present to you a site call Learn Out Loud.
I found this site to have many great resources in the audio and video learning styles.  In a sense it help one to see and hear the different point of views.
Great for hearing points of facts. Such as this one on tasering.
http://www.learnoutloud.com/podcaststream/listen.php?url=http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/feed/2889506/podcast.xml&all=1&title=7308



Wednesday, September 20, 2017

In the book The Color Purple written by Alice Walker, the character wrote letters to God. She felt God was the only one to hear her out, and that she could tell of the tragedy and hard luck life she was living. She felt that God would be able to provide her with the means to keep on living and learning.

In life, we are sometimes quick to express anger, frustration, and many other emotions, but never write letters to God about it.

How easy it is to lose a loved one to drugs, jail, or mental illness. Or lose faith when you wished that if only they could have gotten married, or been single, and get to travel. Just live a great life.

Well I also have not written letters to God about my trials and tribulations. But I have expressed them to all that cares to read with the hope that I might be able to get answers, or to question what another person may not ask. This helps me to struggle through the situation. Plus, I’m hoping others would share their knowledge and what works for them.

Well, today I took one giant step forward and joined a support group. If any of you are struggling, or don't want to give up to the struggle with what is taking place in your life at this time. Joining a support group, or even forming one will help you to gain perspective on what you are going through. And, it might help you out as you adjust things in your life and cope with the matter and the stress that comes along with it.

I would like to give a shout out to Prison Action Milwaukee. I must say that their vision is A VEHICLE FOR CHANGE IN THE WISCONSIN PRISON SYSTEM.

I went to their meeting on Saturday, and felt accepted, I felt that I could learn more and be a partner in their mission to change the laws criminal justice system. Thanks to the Founder Rose Scott for her tremendous effort, words of encouragement, and for reaching out to others in need of the support.

So, with these words I would like to say seek or build the support that you will need in this journey/challenge.

Take care of yourself, for others now need you to be strong and healthy, in mind, body, and soul.


Friday, July 21, 2017

The Gaian Dragon: Conflict Resolution on the Higher Planes

The Gaian Dragon: Conflict Resolution on the Higher Planes: Joan Baez - Tears Of Rage (1968) Joshua Tree 2 Conflict Resolution on the Higher Planes by James Clair Lewis If a conflict is reso...

Tuesday, March 14, 2017




Just thinking out loUd!




Tragedy in one's life is a signal for a life change. According to Hafeezah Ahmad, and her
 life 's story.

If you look up Tragedy in a financial dictionary there is no meaning for that word. However, we all go through some kind of tragedy in our lives. We as mothers of felons know that all too well.
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And having money at that tragedy moment that your child/children or love are facing jail time and prison can bring about hardships to a family. Like bail money, the visits to the jails or prison, buying food/snacks and gas just to name a few. Oh, How did I forget the time you have to take off from work?

But as synonyms for tragedy is: bummer, misfortune, catastrophe and a whammy just to name a few.

This situation can be turned around, in a success, for happiness, fortune, prosperity, and joy.

It is all based on how you deal with the feeling of tragedy. One way is to find out the insides and out of your child charges or crime. Also what can be the Collateral consequences of-of such charges?

Plus, can you hire and expert witness, if need be?

There an appreciation that at least your child is still alive and there are many possibilities for a good future? But they still have a choice to make and only they can do it.  Yet, we still have so much hope that they turn this around.  even more, hope than they may feel themselves...


Thursday, February 9, 2017

A while ago, I attended a conference on legal matters.  I do like to make sure that I am up to date on my facts and what's new in the legal community.  And, One of the great things I've learned is, it's great to know the history of life.  But, I also gained knowledge, and just wanted to ask did you know the difference between been pardon, expungement, and a commute sentence and how to get one? I didn't. Plus their outcomes. Here are a few links. Plus see if you can go find your own.:)

Did you know that Presidents can pardon a person or persons? View/See for yourself
PARDON: The action of an executive official of the government that mitigates or sets aside the punishment for a crime. http://www.justice.gov/pardon/pardon-information-and-instructions

EXPUNGEMENT:

COMMUTE:
A commuted sentence is a form of clemency that reduces the punishment for a crime. It usually takes the form of a reduced (“commuted”) prison term, but can also reduce court-ordered fines.
A commuted sentence replaces the original, court-ordered sentence. A controversial example is ex-President Bush’s 2007 decision to commute Scooter Libby’s 30-month prison sentence.

When looking at these options: commute, pardon, and expungement one must look up: your state ruling, consider and how it will affect the life of your child, his/ or her case, and whether your child or loved one will qualify for either.

As always take care of yourself first. So that you will be fit and in good condition to help others.
Love, Peace, & Research

Bond Schedules: Violation of equal protection. *(case) http://www.justice.gov/crt/file/761266/download


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