Khalil Osiris knows all about prison – he spent the first half of his life in one and was finally released when he was 40 years old. But he says anyone can be incarcerated in their own lives because imprisonment is much more about a state of mind than a time and place.
“It took me being in prison for me to find my freedom,” says Osiris, author of the book A Freedom That Comes From Within (www.khalilosiris.com). “When I finally understood that my thoughts and values were the source of my imprisonment, then I was free. With inner work and soul-searching, I learned that I could have faith in myself again.”
It was a long, hard road to get to that realization.
Read the full article at [http://dallasposttrib.com/2019/01/22/prisons-without-bars-how-our-thoughts-keep-us-locked-up/]
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