I promise to be a knight in the campaign of truth seeking.

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Dear Future Ryan,

I know the world seems messed up right now. That you’re not quite sure who the voice of reason is. So with that we need to make a promise to our self. I promise to continue evolving and to promote well-being in the areas of mental, physical, and spiritual health. I promise to be a knight in the campaign of truth seeking. Lastly, I promise to develop mindfulness and pursue a path greater than myself. If you continue to live your life in this manner, than any obstacle you may encounter will be out-matched by the grit force of perseverance.

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