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Hi I'm Briana

I'm an animal lover, a pet owner, an aspiring artist, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hello, I’m Briana. I am currently a college student, an aspiring artist, an animal lover, love to read about interesting trivial/factoid stuff. I also enjoy various forms of humor and art (in good taste of course). I live in the American Southwest and prefer the dry heat to humidity. I’m not really much of a video game player or a follower of latest fashions. My favorite hymn is “All Creatures of Our God and King.” I also own a Shih Tzu.

Why I am a Mormon

First off, I was blessed to be born and raised in the Church by an active family for generations. Growing up, I didn’t always understand the reasons for mostly due to my learning disability and immaturity then; but now I have a much wider perspective and fuller understanding. That’s part of growing up in the gospel whether you were born into it or converted to it. I ended up starting to make choices that would allow me to feel the spirit. That’s when it struck me. And I’m still learning and growing in the gospel. No should quit going to church/living the gospel because he or she he feels that he/she has learned everything. I also know the importance of family and the great positive changes that gospel principles have made in my life as well as other people’s lives.

How I live my faith

Going to Church services, scripture study, listening to uplifting music, participating wholesome activities and entertainment. If something isn’t or doesn’t feel right, I leave or change it. I also try to be compassionate, fair, and understanding. However I don’t entertain the thoughts that justifying sin or misuse of authority and the commandments. I do however, try to uplift and cheer others up (usually through jokes and funny/interesting stories) but always through love and the Spirit. Living the Faith isn’t just for the Sabbath, it’s for each hour, day, month, and year.