100 Strangers: The Silo, Houston, TX

Ray

"...it's more personal than anything, but my worse fear to me is that I don't raise my son the way that he's supposed to be raised. I fear that he ends up doing the things that I've done in my past. Like, I know that he'll get in some s**t every once in a while because he's a boy. But the stuff that I've done in the past, bro, I've done damage in life and that's why I'm so positive now because I have so much to give back. I feel like it's mandatory that I give back the education, give back the inspiration and give back the motivation. But yea that's my greatest fear bro, that my son doesn't come out to be a great man...

but besides that...

One of the main things i'm optimistic about is just life in general. I'm just happy to wake up every morning and breathe. I mean everyone has their problems and that's just a part of life. But knowing that I can do something productive and make something happen; that to me is a blessing within itself. Everyday I thank God that I'm alive man."- Ray