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Hello! New Here! Couple of Questions!

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Just to introduce myself I am a man with Cerebral Palsy that doesn't let anything stop him and I have gotten myself a tattoo to represent that on the left side of my upper back! It is the symbol for strength and perseverance! My only issue is that it looks too barren and I want to add to it but I dont know exactly what. Im kinda thinking of adding a green awareness ribbon that wraps itself around the symbol but Im not quite sure if it will look good or not. Any insight or ideas would help a ton. Thank you!

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Welcome! 

I wouldn't think so much about altering that one as much as I would putting more around it. Geometric patterned dotwork would work really well. 

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