Using your body to take your place in life

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Imagine you are in an 8×12 cell in the county jail. The cell has bunk beds, so add another person. The jail is overcrowded so add a third person who sleeps on a cot on the floor. And add a toilet. You’re in this cell for 18 hours per day; if there’s an incident in the jail, then you may be in your cell for 23 hours per day.¬†This is the situation at the Skagit County Jail where I serve on the jail chaplaincy team.¬† Continue reading “Using your body to take your place in life”