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Hi I'm Easton

I ran for Congress and am involved in shifting our culture. I am an eye doctor and community builder. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a father of six children including four from my first marriage and two step-daughters. I love to be married! I love people. I love assisting them in realizing their full potential in life. By day I am an optometrist giving people better vision. In the evening my amazing wife and I work in our own home-based business serving others in obtaining their dreams and inviting them to put themselves in a positive environment in our community. Our product is principled information that changes lives for the better. We LOVE it! It is really a purpose with a business. Our goal is to be the change we wish to see in the world and then touch, move and inspire others to join also in being their contribution thereby creating more service, freedom, prosperity and abundance in the world!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church but still had my own conversion as my beliefs and faith were tested by the trials and challenges of mortality. I am a Mormon because the doctrine appeals to my head and my heart. I also see the fruit of the church and it is good. The leaders are servants who teach by example and who emulate the Savior. I believe that a loving father would only want the best for his children and that is to be tied to our families and having the opportunity for eternal progression. The family is so important in our world and the church holds it and the home as sacred as our temples. Our church believes in self-reliance but also that compassionate communities are the best way of taking care of each other when sickness, accident or the infirmities of age beset us. I am a Mormon because my life has been richly blessed when I have chosen to live by it's doctrines and precepts. It has allowed me to understand who I am, why I am here, and why it matters.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by practicing by beliefs in my daily life. I strive to develop character and leadership skills to benefit myself, my family and my community. I am a citizen which means I take the responsibilities of freedom and agency seriously and understand that my rights come from God and not government. I strive to build commonalities with others and strive for win/win and what works not on "being right". I lead my family in personal development, gospel study and prayer and also teach accountability, self-reliance and independence, synergy, and to work hard AND work smart, and to serve others as the expression of unconditional love. I choose to see the good in all things (Romans 8:28) and in all people and know that relationships are more precious than gold and silver.