Davell Galloway, March 4, 2013

If I had it my way wouldn’t nobody go hungry.  People wouldn’t sleep on the streets when there is abandoned houses.  Education and medical care would be free of charge.  Television and radio personalities wouldn’t be in the position to shape society.  People would embrace their individuality and be proud of their uniqueness.  Being different will be appreciated.  If I had it my way there wouldn’t be no reason for a person to feel insecure.  Living in fear that they will not be accepted. Everybody would be free to pursue their dreams and act on their feelings.  If I had it my way.


Davell Galloway, March 4, 2013

Today is one of those days.  I have a whole lot of unanswered questions.  And I’m seriously trying to figure out the meaning of life.  Why is it people who have more than they need?  And so many people barely surviving.  The universe seems out of Balance.  For the many that’s trying to survive.  The few with more than enough whine and complain over trivial issues’s and hi jack the media who care about the folks without.  Is it considered the norm to feel sorry for a celebrity who feels for the homeless?  Who feels for the homeless?  Who feels for the elders and children who cares if a prisoner gets the help he needs to make a living.  Will society ignore the signs release a desperate man and trust he will starve before he commits another crime.

Davell Galloway, February 13, 2013

Circumstances have changed the way I look at situations.  Being in prison takes a toll on your psyche in ways that are unimaginable. When you are forced to live in your head because it is physically impossible to act on your thoughts.  If you are what you think and you think highly of yourself but in reality you’re a prisoner trying to escape psychologically creating an elaborate world that only exists in their mind.  How does one get a grip on things.  Is there a science to this? I struggle to figure out.  How come I’m having such a hard time making friends beyond the walls when I witness guys who behave foolishly that attract ladies.  It seems as if I’m in an alternate reality.  I truly think I can offer a woman mature enough to accept a man in my predicament that ultimate experience.

Davell Galloway, January 4, 2013 12:00am

I would like for someone to do a study on the effects of incarceration.  How does it rehabilitate a person who has been totally cut off from society.  Family ties severed.  No mail.  No visits.  And no phone conversations.  No therapist to talk to.  Very few educational opportunities.  It’s a recipe for failure in so many areas of a persons life.  It limits a persons ability to find employment.  it’s damaging socially.  Your financial status plays a major role in the sort of women you attract. When you’re struggling financially it says all kinds of things about you besides you falling on hard times.  It doesn’t mention if the opportunity present itself you’ll move with intelligent aggression and capitalize on it.  That you are strong enough to handle.  A lot more than some who’ve always had it easy.  That you are emotionally mature.  And truly comprehend accepting a person as they are not the idea of how a person is in our imagination.  or how much pleasure you get from simple things like reading or talking while walking.