Imprisonment won’t kill you

The thought of imprisonment is a horrible thought to think. Who wants to be caged up? No one not even animals. But imprisonment is a real thing that people face everyday. Imprisonment is defined by as the following:

  1. to confine in or as if in a prison

So, if prison is the same as to confine imprisonment can be of the mind, the emotions, the choices and the creativity. The definition eliminates freedom and that scares many people. The topic says imprisonment won’t kill you and it will not. However it can if you give up and die. Imprisonment resembles all the times in your life when you could not do something that you really felt you had the capability to do. The passion did not go away you just purposed in your mind that one day you will. Imprisonment made you build determination to be successful, how so? You are forced to plan the event plan the steps you will take to ensure that you have the experience of a life time when you get the chance. You store the event in your memory banks and when the opportunity is presented the entire event will replay and will be executed flawlessly. The restraints force you to think of every possible thing that could get in the way the next time and you plan the contingencies so the show will not be stopped. The only thing wrong with prison it make those who do not understand its purpose regret it and they plan to get even and not ahead. Imprisonment makes you desperate makes you hungry makes you thirsty makes you dream for the day to express all those feelings you have had to suppress.

Don’t waste your opportunity to shine when the opportunity presents itself, you deserved it, you suffered for it, now make it count. Dcaro

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