It’s not only the affection that prisoners tell me they are grateful for, but also the respect — and not just from me, but from my wife and our son and our whole organization. We respect the fact that prisoners are deep people, and we help them learn what that means and how to act like the deep people they already are. We believe in them and are happy to know them. And, for our part, we’re not just doing them a favor; we feel privileged to be a part of their profound growth. They’ve had horrible lives and done horrible things, yet many of them decide to become classic spiritual pilgrims.