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Hi I'm Justin Lott

I am an avid hiker, biker, and apprentice draftsman. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hi, I am Justin!  I am a student of Architecture. I love to ride my bike around town for both fun and exercise. I am an Eagle Scout and thus enjoy a great deal of outdoor activities during any part of the year when I can. I speak two languages fluently and am currently working on mastering a third. I enjoy to listening to uplifting music that makes people feel good. I also like practicing Tai Chi as time permits in my busy school schedule. In reality, I am a bit of a chivalry and renaissance kind of guy. I like to draw and paint so I can focus on the finer things that should be appreciated.

Why I am a Mormon

While I am a "born into the Church" person, I have had my trails and tests like everybody else throughout my life. My first realization of the truth of the Church came when I was only 13 years of age on the side of a mountain during my first summer high adventure with the Boy Scouts. Circumstances had led to us having to drop our backpacks on the side of the trail of a mountain. While everyone else went ahead, a leader and myself had to stay behind due to our weakened conditions. We erected a tent that was left with us when it was evident that the party would be returning till well after dark. As we both knelt in prayer pleading for not only our safety, but the others arrival and a relief team to return to come swiftly. After closing the prayer, the Holy Ghost whispered to me that we would be okay, everyone else was fine, and that a relief team was en route. A long 4 hours passed since the sun had set. The relief team arrived with news and supplies. The next day we were able to get to where the others had stopped and set up camp. While this is a very extreme example of faith, I feel it was a turning point in my life to look to the goodness of the Lord. It was He who gave strength to tired limbs of the rescue team. It was He that granted a calm mind to the leader who was with me. For this I shall be forever grateful. My name is Justin Lott, and I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by giving, what I hope, is a good example to others in my area. While I do not know the outcome of my actions on others, I do know that I can have no regrets by my actions. I do have a set of responsibilities in the ward I currently attend. With the challenges that are placed before me, with the Lords help, I do come off stronger and better as a person. I am aware of how much stronger it makes me. I do realize that I can be that much more blessed, and able for that matter, to bless the lives around me. If I can lift someone in some small way, and see that person because of my actions, it is well worth the effort.