My Mission.

I created this for my “Finding Purpose” class at ASU, and I could have slacked off with it, but I decided to put a lot of thought into it and make it a serious long-lasting Mantra for my life.  The Finding Purpose class is run by PHD Psychologist William Heywood who basically gives us tools and perspectives on how to understand ourselves better, and find our direction and future in life (among many other insightful things such as how to deal with negative situations and have a happy/healthy body and mind).   The Mission Statement is filled with words to live by that I can look to in times of need, but really most of them could apply to anyone out there.  I also created the symbol myself, it is the same symbol I have on my tattoo, which is the combination of the cross and the ohm symbol.  In my opinion these are the two most recognizable symbols of Eastern & Western religion/philosophy, which comprise the basis of my beliefs.

If you would like to use this image yourself, go ahead, you can even take my name off too…all that I ask is you please acknowledge me as the creator wherever you place, post, or show the image.

My Mission

My Mission

One Comment on “My Mission.

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