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Hi I'm Hyir

I was born in Vietnam. I am one of the indigenous groups. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a convert of 21 years and I'm so grateful to be part of the Church. My outlook on life is always beautiful. No matter what, I see everything in its beautiful formation. I love to indulge myself in different cultures and languages from around the world, therefore you could say I'm a diverse person. While I love meeting people, I also love music and performing. I took up playing the string instruments when I was young. Later on in my young adult life, I took on hip hop dance lessons -- I've taken part in performances and had so much fun. As I've stopped taking part in music and dancing, I'm still enjoying life. In my free time I like to play volleyball, spend time with my friends as much as I can, and sightseeing/traveling. Learning about the world has gained my interests in the United Nations and other world organizations that fight famine, hunger, and crisis. I hope one day to be a volunteer in such organization. And although I stopped playing the instruments, one of my dreams is to be an instrumental backup player.

Why I am a Mormon

I got converted in 1997 and was baptized that year. As I continued exercising my faith and going to church, I felt a confirmation that this is the true church of Christ. I love going to church every Sunday because of the spiritual atmosphere. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day saints I learned the value of self worth and confidence in obtaining my personal goals. The church emphasizes heavily on service to the fellow men. I have taken part in many service activities with my church group that helped me developed the love for others in the community. Living the church standard has become a major part of my life and culture which has helped me become who I am today.

How I live my faith

I attend church regualry and always strive to be on time so I can partake of the sacrament. Outside of church, I do my best to set an example for my coworkers, nonmember friends and nonmember families.