Repairing The Wreckage Of The Past

"Through dedication and perseverance, Brian K.Rushing Sr embarked on a remarkable journey to repair the wreckage of his past. Step by step, he transformed his life, and today, I stand as a testament to the power of redemption and second chances.

Step one marked the pivotal Restoration of Brian’s civil rights, a crucial milestone that was obtained after much hard work and determination. Following that, step two involved the admirable achievement of having his conviction set aside, a profound moment that symbolized my commitment to self-improvement.

In the pursuit of redemption, step three saw obtaining a certificate of a second chance, symbolizing my unwavering dedication to building a brighter future. Step four was the pivotal moment when Brian reclaimed his gun rights, a testament to his ongoing commitment to rehabilitation.

Step five involved the acquisition of a Level One Fingerprint card, showcasing Brian’s dedication to personal growth and transformation. Now, Brian and his loved ones eagerly await the completion of step six, the final milestone on this transformative journey: the CCW card, which will provide them with the opportunity to defend his family, and self in public will living with his new fresh start.

Throughout this incredible odyssey, Brian was not alone. His family and friends provided unwavering support, standing by his side, and encouraging every step forward. Brian extends his heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of them for their invaluable support and belief in the power of change.

Brian’s journey is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and serves as an inspiration to all who may be on a similar path to redemption and self-improvement. His story reminds us that with determination, support, and the belief in second chances, one can rebuild their life and make a positive difference in the world no matter who you are or where you come from.


An x-girl friend of mine told me she saw a bumper sticker that said “ A GOOD MAN DOESN’T STOP TRYING TO DO BETTER “. I never forgot it.