Email from Irma Muniz:
February 14, 2008
My loving husband, Ramsey, calls and is not concerned about discussing his freedom. His mind is focused on expressions of love, as Valentine’s Day is upon us. I, his wife, cannot find the Valentine’s Day card that he sent me. I have no time for love, as I have an insatiable need to free my husband.
In the midst of sorrow, love refuses to die . . .
Valentine’s Day Sentiments
From my Loving Husband, Ramsey
There is light and love in your soul,
which makes the beauty of your heart a part of me
and those close to you.
The same beauty is the enlightenment
that to this day makes me the Mexicano that I am.
My hunger in these dungeons is not for food,
but for the love that you have transformed into my soul.
Humanity celebrates this day once a year.
We, as lovers, celebrate this most profound love
every day of our lives. It is so powerful that
history will record this one day.
“There is no greater glory than to die for love.”
“Weeping may linger for the night, but
in the morning there are shouts of joy.”
“You have a soul in you of rare Mexicana quality,
an artist’s nature; never let it starve for lack of
what it desires.”
“Between life and death, between the beauty and the
horror of the world, the quest for freedom is what makes us —
no matter what the circumstances — free.”
“Celebrate this day of hearts with all the joy and
passion that is within you.”
Ramsey – Tezcatlipoca
“Love is a power that has no limit. It is the power of imagination.”