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Hi I'm Daniel

I grew up in Salt Lake City. I'm a Respiratory Therapist, I like to golf, and love spending time with my family.

About Me

My favorite thing I like to do is to spend time with my family, we like to have fun, laugh, and go out for slurpees. I feel lucky to have a job I enjoy as a respiratory therapist.

Why I am a Mormon

I think there come a point in everyones life that you are searching to know what is right. A pivotal moment that happened in my life happened when I was working at pageant as part of a light crew. It was the first real time I had been away from my parents I was 18 years old. Every morning I would read my scriptures and I found my self searching and praying to know what was right. One night I was up in my tower 50 feet off the ground manning a spot light, with the pageant going on beneath me but I found it very peaceful up there awaiting my orders. I found a sense of peace that I knew that Jesus loved me, and that this church was for me. To this day I still know that this church is the one for me. As time passes I find my relationship grows with my savior, the more I learn and search for him.

How I live my faith

I try and be a good person every day. I recently was reading about George Washington and how he set a standard of how he should conduct himself around other people, I took that peace of advice and made my own standard. Since this is a newer set of goals for me that helps me to become more like my savior, I have had challenges always meeting my standard. When I look at Jesus Christ and how he lived his life he never put other down, he found the good in others. George Washington felt that others should be treated with respect, this is a concept that I see Jesus Christ lived. As part of my standard I'm always trying to build on my relationship with my heavenly father I do this by studying, praying, and going to church.