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Sisterhood is more than siblinghood, for Prisoner Advisory Committee Member Synthia

Unable to support her sister in person, Synthia sends her love and encouragement from behind bars, through this prayer.

“A Prayer,”
by Ms. Synthia China Blast

Dedicated to Rebecca Oshun-Leti Morales.

I do not believe that the accident of birth makes people sisters.
It makes them siblings.
Gives them mutuality of parentage.
Sisterhood are conditions people have to work at. It’s a serious matter.
You compromise, you give, you take, you stand firm, and you’re
relentless…and it is an investment.
I extend the only message I can, “A Prayer” in hopes that you can hear me from where I am:

I ask the Orishas to bless you
in such a special way.
That you will know within your heart that someone prayed for you today.
I ask that you will know, you are loved and cared for,
and to bring you a sense of peace.
That your day will be perfect and your sorrow will decrease.
I asked that they grant you strength and happiness and answer
every prayer. And wrap you in their arms with all of their
protecting care. I asked that they fill each day ahead of you with
blessings from their hearts so that you will know, your whole life
through, the fullness of their love.
May this prayer today and the Orishas’ love for you be the
inspiration to bring you through.








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