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Hi I'm Isaiah

I am a kite flyer, a seamster,a boarder, a bad musician, free runner, a smiler, a human with a dip and flat feet and a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in a big family, I was the center child, I always felt like just another one of the group so it was easy to not be noticed. . . so I thought. I am Isaiah, I like to be my own person, I sometimes grow out my hair just because it changes things up and keeps it exciting, I wear a costume not on Halloween because I can, I love to play sports, playing guitar and piano, extreme sports(snowboarding,wakeboarding, 4 wheeling), I like to do tumbling, I love rock climbing, swimming, snorkeling sewing of all things, I like to shoot guns, fly kites, I love nature mainly the extreme things like tornados and earthquakes just to realize the power behind them, I like to spray paint things, I love camping, I like scouts, I do play video games, they are fun, eating is a hobby for me, a good nap is always fun, I like to clean things, I don't like to do things alone, girls are cool, I like to be in good company (friends and family), I like serving others, and working hard so that I can play hard, Making people laugh is one of the best things ever. I love to learn things, I want to be a highschool math teacher or physical education teacher one day, I would say spending quality time with my family is top on my list of things about me that I love to do.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon as much as I am an American or a Human, it's part of me. Being Mormon isn't so much a title as it is a lifestyle, and it is stylish! I am one because it represents being better and progressing all the time there is no plateau. I have read the Book of Mormon and the principles or messages that can be applied in regular life (even in the 21st century) are true and truth doesn't change it's not effected by time or people. If the principles taught in the Church are true then why follow something that isn't? It's eye opening I don't want to be in the dark my whole life and being a Mormon means not being in the dark. So why not be a Mormon, it's the best.

How I live my faith

I live my faith as part of my life, I keep myself to standards such as; no alcohol, no drugs, no profanity, carefully selecting movies and music that don't have negative effects on my physically, emotionally or spiritually, I grew up in scouts so I follow that scout law, and I try to live high moral standards. I do my best to serve others whenever I have an opportunity, right now I am a full time missionary in the Washington Everett Mission, meaning I serve others for 2 years, by teaching them the gospel and helping where I can with temperal and spiritual needs. I try to be patient, loving, humble and do good to everyone.