MC5 guitarist on prison and a sense of worth
December 20, 2010





How does dignity get built?

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Maya : June 06, 2011 05:01 pm
Dignity is built when you decide that helping someone else is the best thing you'll ever do. Great video! Thank you!
Kevin : February 07, 2011 10:58 pm
I wonder if there is a correlation between the inability of a person to express their emotions and criminal behavior because if that is the case than art is one of the most important elements of society.
Tracy : December 23, 2010 06:12 am
Dignity is built through inspiring hope for achievement and acceptance, providing knowledge, fostering courage and dedication. It is also built through interacting with people through genuine love. Although the concept of a calling is daunting, I like how he (Wayne) states that he is uniquely positioned to perform the task that he is performing. There is hope and inspiration in creativity. If I had known the things I would experience in life thus far, in most cases, I would say take them back and make things easier. However, I have hope in that the challenges are uniquely placing me in a position to appreciate life more and to help others appreciate it more. I'm enjoying this series. The prison argument touches on the concept of rehabilitation and society's acceptance. Some of us are in prison due to the way that we think and the nonacceptance of a person's ability to change and grow spiritually.
Charlie Spademan : December 22, 2010 02:37 pm
Dignity is built when you decide to influence your course, rather than drift with the winds and currents of life; resentful of where they have left you.
Cynthia Sley : December 22, 2010 02:01 pm
music is a life saver.
Amy : December 21, 2010 12:59 am
so inspirational!
Dorothee : December 20, 2010 08:47 pm
Wow, powerful story. Thanks for sharing!
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