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Hi I'm Daniel

I love asking questions, writing music, and I'm useless with a map. I'm a Mormon

About Me

I love to laugh. If i'm not laughing there is definitely something wrong. I'm really eccentric, impulsive, and love to leap before looking but I wouldn't do it any other way because it's way more fun. I love music, especially classical. Most kids were being raised on the music from their parents glory days, but my mom loved classical. I love to write music, but I hate writing it down. I play piano, guitar, and a bit of drums, and my parents still loved me after I picked up a drum kit. I enjoy learning about anything, even if it's useless. I hate green chili casserole with a passion, and I don't think that eating all my vegetables made me any taller. I grew up in California, Utah and then the my favorite place so far Colorado! I love to learn about anything, but unfortunately am really forgetful as well. I love spending time with my family, and have really grown to appreciate and love them more as I've been able to grow up, and I can honestly say I have the best family ever.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the church but didn't really have a testimony growing up. I was about 17 when I saw that my lifestyle wasn't in agreement with the churches standards, and that I had to choose what I was going to believe in and follow. I started to read the Book of Mormon and to ask God if it was true. It took me a bit of time but I was given a distinct answer that It is true. Since then by following the Gospel of Jesus Christ not only have I felt greater peace and happiness, but I've been able to see it in others as well. Through time and experience I've been able to see the close relationship between the principles of the gospel and happiness. I'm a Mormon because I believe in Jesus Christ and try to follow him the best I can.

How I live my faith

The way I live my faith is by how I act and think of others. With the perspective that Christ and his teachings gives me, I try to follow and live those principles every day, and constantly change myself to always be progressing and becoming better.