It’s a prison sentence for many men, a lifetime of debt, and a few years of life behind bars.
It’s also a life without the comfort of family.
The result is an extraordinary journey of redemption, a journey of discovery and, for many, the opportunity to be the man who finally breaks free from a life of servitude.
The story of David Oram is one of the greatest in recent memory.
Born in Australia and educated in Britain, he was convicted in the United States of a string of crimes.
His life was one of misery and desperation, but he found strength in his conviction.
His story, and that of many others who have found redemption through the Prison Bible, offers a powerful blueprint for the many men and women who face a life sentence for crimes that have been proven to be crimes of passion.
For most men, their prison term has been an unmitigated nightmare.
Some spend decades in isolation, and the trauma they experience during that time can leave them traumatised.
Some are locked up for years, often without even seeing their family.
For many, there is no escape from the horrors of prison life.
In his book, The Prison Bible: A Prisoner’s Journey, the author, James S.A. Cooper, wrote that the average life sentence in the U.S. is 14 years, or a year and a half.
For men, it can be anywhere from a decade to more than a decade.
For a man who spent his life behind a desk in a small Virginia prison, the experience of prison was not what he expected.
Cooper’s memoir is a story of redemption and forgiveness, of his growing confidence, and of the strength that his conviction has given him.
Cooper writes that it was in prison that he learned to “stop worrying and love the prisoner.”
He found the strength to continue to make a difference and to take a stand against injustice.
His story is the story of a man, a man in prison, and it is a powerful story.
And it is also a story that resonates with many other men who are facing life sentences for crimes they didn’t commit.
The first thing that came to my mind when I read David Orams story was, “That’s why I have a story.”
That’s why we all have stories, said the author.
It was the inspiration that came out of the book.
Cooper also said that this is his way of trying to give back to the community, which is something I know a lot of people can relate to.
What happened to David Oraphas was horrific.
He was held at a federal facility for years for a string