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Hi I'm Sean Worsley! :)

I enjoy reading a good book, watching movies, taking walks, and playing chess. Let's play a game!

About Me

I'm a Freshman at Arizona State University. During my free time I enjoy experimenting with magnets, Rubik's cubes, or other puzzles. I also enjoy virtually all types of clean movies, mainly because I grew up with a larger number of females than males in my family, and as a result am quite fond of 'chick flicks.' Reading is something I spend a large portion of time doing, so if you've read a good book recently or are looking to read one yourself, let's chat!

Why I am a Mormon

I've chosen to be a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints because of certain experiences that have occurred throughout my life. I was born into the Mormonism, but that didn't stop me from thinking about and questioning the validity of my or other religions. Although I haven't seen angels or had any crazy visions, I have experienced a feeling of comfort at times when I needed it the most. It wasn't a warm feeling necessarily, but more of an understanding that I can get through whatever trial I'm facing, no matter how difficult it might seem at the present time. I'm definitely not perfect, but I truly feel like through the course of my life, I can get close with my Heavenly Father's help. I have received His help through prayer, but I've especially been comforted whilst reading and studying the scriptures. The Bible is an amazing account of the experiences and trials people in Biblical times had, and we can all earn a lot from the different stories within. The Book of Mormon is simply another book in which we can learn about life, our purpose here on Earth, and what happens once we die. Plus, it has even more cool stories about 'modern-day' people(at least, more modern-day than those in the Bible) who kept an account or record of their life and feelings, just as the people in the Bible did. I enjoy reading the Bible and the Book of Mormon on their own, but reading and studying them together becomes an inexplicably profound experience. Anyone who is in an honest pursuit of knowledge would do nothing but benefit from simply reading these books.

How I live my faith

I'm an 18 year old member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Along with the other men, I've been given the opportunity to help teach other members more about the gospel through 'Home Teaching.' Nobody knows everything, and all of our understandings - on any topic - vary from person to person, and change day by day. Because of this, it seems logical to continually remind ourselves of teachings, beliefs, and other principles; sometimes certain events that have recently transpired in your life can lead to realizations and impressions that you haven't had the opportunity to experience before. Home Teaching gives me the privilege of informing others, and then learning from them things that I might not know, or haven't quite thought about.