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Dear Neil Young,
I’m a lot like you
I need someone to love me
the whole day through
Ah, one look in my eyes
and you can tell that’s true.”
Cynthia Cloney 1st
Hi Jeff we met at the Faith Behind Bars conference this past April. My name is Cynthia and I am an ex-offender who shares a similar story (your song if you will:) thanks for writing a great letter to an iconic man. He inspires me as well. Have a great day and I wish you blessings as you minister to the forsaken and forgotten.
So glad you shared this! You inspire!
Matt Hodel 1st
- Jeff Grant, JD, M Div
Minister/Director, Progressive Prison Project, Greenwich, CT, The First White-Collar Ministries in the US prisonist.org
I recently received an email from Jimmy McDonough, who advised that Neil Young did not approve of his biography, Shakey. It is another miracle of my journey that, even with this book’s difficulties, it was written, found me when I needed it most, and offered me inspiration in the life of Neil Young. Neil, I’m dropping my E down to D right now. Jeff
Anonymous. Love this Jeff….very well put.
Lynn Springer. My Jeff, I’ll love you the whole day through… Your, L.
Lori Dooley. This special ministry that has created this unique family that can come together to sing a song of oneness that we are not alone. The audience reading the stories of white collar crime may think “they all sound the same.” We know though, “it’s all one song.” One song of redemption, forgiveness, grace and love. A song we will cherish because it is close to our hearts. I feel blessed that you have this special song to sing and you want it to be heard. Keep writing, keep singing, and keep blessing so many by your ministry. I am listening to every word! Thank you.
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