This week’s prompt is:  Mission Statement.

If the journey of your life could be boiled down to a particular mission, what would it be?  What has been the primary focus or purpose of your particular birth?  You may believe that all of life is on a big picture path, but I’m asking about your particular journey.  Is there any lesson or goal that has defined the majority of your life?  What is your life’s mission?



The article that you link to this prompt should be a new post written specifically for this assignment. 


Dungeon Prompts can be a vehicle for us to open up the abandoned rooms inside ourselves and dust them off a bit.  Take the prompt, explore the recesses of your mind, and get back with a poem, story, essay or creative offering.  Link your post to this specific prompt page and I’ll share your link back with our readers.

To participate, all you’ll need to do is:

1.            Tag your post with: “DungeonPrompts”

2.            Link back to this page in the body of your post *

3.            Dive deep within and give us a glimpse of your soul!**


*note: If the pingback doesn’t work, then please leave the link to your post in the comment section.

**If you don’t have a blog please feel free to join the discussion in the comment section

Be sure and come back to check out the other prompt contributors throughout the week. Comment on their posts and let them know what you think.  Together we can help create a community of great writers and honest seekers.  We are a mad blend, let us honor the wisdom within.



This Week’s Contributors are:

My Tiny Flame – The Seeker’s Dungeon

A Bridge Between Worlds – Living, Learning and Letting Go

Mission Statement – Not Just Sassy on the Inside

Block of Granite – marta0stout

A Life of Serving – Traces of the Soul


Last Week’s Prompt Contributors:

secrets of the soul – Tournesol Dans Un Jardin

Where the Wild Things are – Not Just Sassy on the Inside

Where the Wild Things are – Living, Learning and Letting Go



    1. I like that. It’s funny, I remember when I was a kid being sad that I couldn’t just be a “good” Christian and hate gays and junkies and the poor etc because I was always forced to defend the made fun of at school, due to my engrained ethics. It seemed like such a burden as a kid, although I’m happy for it now. By the way, I don’t equate hating gays with being a good Christian now, but in my prepubescent days, it was all jumbled together, second note, I’m not a Christian, I follow Advaita, but I thought it was so much easier for those fitting into the culture around them. Now I don’t think twice about fitting in… And I also live in India now so… everything is different.

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      1. It’s an interesting take and shows the pressure people have to conform to the expectations of others. My point was more about just always being responsible. For doing well in school and moving forward. Being responsible for myself, for my family, for my job and those I’m responsible for there. There are endless ways in which my life has driven by my sense of responsibility. And I’m ready for that responsibility to end.

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  1. Mine is to save the lives of those close around me. Had the grandiosity knocked out of me early on so no longer driven to save the entire world. I know I am just supposed to do my pre-assigned (chosen?) part.

    Hmm, must think more on this and write a Mission Statement (like your Mom did years ago!)

    Thanks for the prompt.


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