I write to prisoners and I am friends with a few. What I'm struck by is that the sentences don't always match the crime and that the innocent also wind up in prison. I would like to discuss the transformation that sometimes occurs to remarkable prisoners as a result of their incarceration. Some truly self-heal, and IMO, it is a waste of resources to keep them locked or to execute them. Jarvis Masters is the author of Finding Freedom. He is one such remarkable man, living on Death Row in San Quentin Prison. Prison work has been part of my spiritual path for ten years. Your thoughts?