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Hi I'm Tyler.

The love of my life is understanding. I grew up in South Florida. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I find myself prone to spontaneously falling in love, making superlative statements, and enjoying an image of "never doing things on accident." My greatest strengths and weaknesses are often discovered in the same situation, which is a strong contributor to my quirks. I can and do enjoy all things that are enjoyable. My endeavor is to have a strong heart, with a primary emphasis on tenderness. I watch people, that I might understand myself. The emotional and spiritual discovery of the divinity within has been the labor of my life, which I say, earnestly, has been fulfilling above all else.

Why I am a Mormon

I suppose the origin of "why" lies with my parents, and the fact that they taught me these things from a very young age. Though, that wasn't what kept me in the church even though that's what introduced me to it. I see from experience, time and again, that the principles taught from this church will inevitably result in a happier life. The understanding of the teachings of Jesus Christ has enabled me to witness a divine hand uplifting and guiding me in time of need.To truly know that there is so much more than just us people on this earth. I know that there is such thing as absolute truth, and the teachings of this church is exactly that.

How I live my faith

Every single day, I have the opportunity to be an agent unto myself. To be the one who is in charge of my life and the direction and manner that it will proceed. I live my faith by eschewing both apathy and malevolence, and taking active charge of who I am, and by association, who I will eventually be. Jesus Christ makes this belief more than a philosophy, but a doctrine of eternal truth. My faith grows and is made continually pertinent as I make choices (whether good or bad) on a day to day basis, and learn from the resulting consequences. In frankness, I would say that I live my faith by living life; by loving life.

Do Mormons worship Joseph Smith?

Tyler.
No, we don't. Show more Show less