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Joshua Thomas #00562311

Listen to Your Heart

7/4/2020

Sometimes peoples' emotions can overwhelm them when put into difficult situations. When ones back is forced into a corner and you’re left with only one decision to make; that one thought that’s lingering in the back of your mind is probably not the best, or the one you should actually make.

Our subconscious mind eats away at us when we over think things, or when the brain has absolutely too much going on at one time.

It’s kind of like when you bottle things up for too long, so when it’s finally released, the damage is twice.

What do most of us do when such circumstances take place? We react like a normal person would and don’t expect our actions or the decisions we made to have any consequences behind it.

Life would be so much easier if we were able to express or talk about things before bad decisions take place.

You can love someone wholeheartedly and ruin a good thing, or maybe the best thing that’s ever happened to you if you stray. Or if you kind of second guess things too often instead of just going with what you feel.

If it’s something you truly believe in your heart, follow it. Don’t let crazy thoughts, past experience, or someone else’s opinion dictate what’s best for you, because you have to live with it.

Once that decision is made, whatever it may be, there’s no turning back…

Because the damage is already done, and the pain can live with you forever. Maybe you’ll recover, maybe not?

But if you listen to your heart, regardless what decision you make, you’ll definitely feel better about yourself afterwards.

Listen to your heart, sometimes it gives you sound advice…

About Joshua

Astrological sign:
Pisces
Willing to correspond outside of the U.S.:
Yes
Photo verified by WriteAPrisoner.com:
No
Birth date:
2/28/1987 (age 33)
Eyes:
Brown
Hair:
Bald
Hometown:
Baton Rouge, LA
Marital status:
Single
Race:
African American
Religion:
Baptist
Interested in furthering their education:
No
Seeking prayer partners:
No
Seeking legal help:
No
Gender:
Male
Sexual orientation:
Straight
Institutional email:
Profile starts on:
7/24/2019
Profile ends on:
9/24/2020

Incarceration Information

Earliest release date:
11/3/2027
Latest release date:
2030
On death row:
No
Incarcerated since:
1/1/2005
Serving life sentence:
No
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