This is part two of my conversation with Bobby Payzant, a hospice volunteer and inmate at the Maine State Prison. In this interview Bobby talks more about the deep remorse he feels for the man he assaulted, and how he has had to face himself during the many years he has spent in prison. He describes the decision he made to stop blaming others for his circumstances, and to start taking responsibility for his decisions. He talks about the many ways he is interested in healing, both through victim-offender mediation, but also through working toward a college degree and taking care of the dying. He talks about the importance of all those things that reconnect a prisoner with their own humanity, including being able to attend the wake for their own family members or for fellow prisoners.