Why Do I Want To Leave So Bad?
The real reason I want to leave is to make change, not for a change. I don't want a change for myself as much as I'd rather make a change in the world and in Leicester, this is impossible.
A long time ago, after mixing with the wrong crowds I began a life of crime... or rather, a short stint of crime, I was selling drugs, getting into fights all the time and stealing off anybody, no matter who, except the disabled and children.
Soon, my flat was seized and I lost everything, including my safety net and I was on my own, homeless again and I had nothing. Everything was seized as proceeds of crime. My flatmate went to jail and he believes I stole from him, even though he ordered his friend to pick up all the electric items which weren't seized... Wants £300 he does but he isn't getting it.
Truth it, they've put a price on my head. What should be a simple beating could turn into a white tent and police tape as the people he has offered the bounty to are all psychedelic party drug users, opiate users and alcoholics who's need to score could be that intense they could easily go over the top.
As a matter of self-preservation, I need out. But also, there are no opportunities for business or learning here either, not which I can get funding for and I don't want to work for anybody else but myself.
When I get out, I plan to go to college, get a degree and set up a business in the fitness industry alongside helping the homeless community and other less fortunate communities in any way I know how.
So, now you know the truth.
Stay tuned to find out what I plan to do when I get out.