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ESCAPE, ANXIETY, PRISONER
7/17/2014 8:14:49 PM

Escape, Anxiety, Prisoners

Several years ago, the newspapers ran a story about a desperate prisoner in Australia who successfully carried out his plan to escape from the county jail.

He managed to do this by crawling under a delivery truck parked at the prison receiving dock. As he held on for dear life to the underpinnings, the vehicle passed through the prison gates and proceeded down the main highway. Twenty minutes later, the truck began to slow down. When it came to a complete stop, the prisoner let go of his grip, dropped to the ground, and rolled out to freedom — only to discover that he was inside the walls of the state prison, five miles from the county jail from whence he’d come.

..........................Life is like that, isn’t it? We get to a point where we feel imprisoned by our fears and anxieties and guilt feelings. They wall us in emotionally and spiritually, and we desperately seek a way out. We try one escape route after another, only to discover that we’re just moving
ourselves from one prison to another, one anxiety to another.



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