An inmate expresses his gratitude for having met the Dharma.
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An inmate writes about seeing others as equal in worth.
A powerful meditation on using the mind to shatter illusions.
An inmate learns of his cousin’s death.
Complaining about our lot just leads to more confinement. An inmate talks about contentment.
Learning to swallow our pride can help to create peace and clarity.
If you are incarcerated, are you necessarily in a prison?
Remembering the patience and determination of the Buddha during our own struggle for awakening.
Poem by an inmate. Dark in tone, it touches on the inter-connectedness of us all and the suffering that all beings experience.
Poems written by inmates associated with the prison Dharma outreach program.