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Hi I'm Bradley

I believe in the power of ecological sustainability. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to discover new talents, especially if they are such to help me to become more self-relient. Currently I find myself urban foraging. The city has a lot to provide. Currently I also find myself gardening. The earth has a lot to provide. One of the ways I feel close to God is by being more connected with the earth and its many forms. I am a critic of culture and try to view life and food in light that isn't egocentric. I'm a pre-medical student here at the local University in the Anthropology and Nutrition departments, and want to work in the realm of wholesome foods, healing, and living according to your local environment. My spirit animal is a raccoon - they know how to find food without purchasing it (I've only made one purchase at the grocery store for the last three or so months) and like to socialize in community (I actually don't know how true that statement is). Plus they like shiny, pretty things. I don't know if they dance, but dancing is my favorite form of movement.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm grateful to the Lord, and being LDS allows me to fully express my appreciation in return. I served a full-time church mission in Beautiful British Columbia where I really found my testimony of the Lord and my relationship with him. I continue my membership as a Mormon because of that time (as a missionary) in my life. Personally, I feel that the doctrine of the cosmos and my spirit as explained by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has the greatest light, but I don't feel that it's the only light. I've been called, "Eclectic Mormon."

How I live my faith

I fill myself with enlightenment before I allow the world to do so. This enlightenment provides me with a better sense of how to be Christ-like, the realization of which yields more faith.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

I cannot say that all do not, otherwise I would say, "Nope." All of us on this planet enjoy the same kinds of challenges and being Mormon doesn't put us in a special social standing. The Lord has made the sun to rise on everyone, ergo Mormons ought to help other Mormons and Non-mormons alike. Show more Show less