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Hi I'm Sean

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a 3D art student, who loves sculpture, with a minor in Health Professions with hopes of becoming a dentist (what can I say, I love smiles). I really enjoy swimming and anything involving music. Dancing is very fun. The Waltz is my favorite, I feel so handsome. I served a 2year mission in Virginia and I love the people there. I have 8 older siblings, one of them being my twin sister. I have over 20 nieces and nephews and more on the way. I love my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm the youngest of 9 children. As far as I can remember I've always gone to the LDS church. Coming from a small town many of my firends were not LDS. I relied greatly on the testimonies of my parents. As I got older and situations with my friends got more intense and as I experienced the death of my brother (and some friends) I found myself going to God for help. This is where the strongest development of my testimony of my relationship to God grew. I know He loves me. I can feel the inspiration of his spirit. As I entered my twenties I had even more experiences (death of my last grandparent, diagnosis of my twin sister with a genetic illness, and death of my mother) that gave me the opportunity to stregthen my relationship with God. Because of my understanding of His plan for us I know I will be with my family again. I taught people in Virginia about the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ and saw how their lives changed for the better. I've been able to realize that much of what we worry about is not of eternal importance; but, if it is the Lord will be there to help to accomplish the task. There are many things in life that seem so crutial but as the opportunity arizes to 'refocus' many of those so crutial things aren't so important after all.

How I live my faith

I have a calling to serve in the temple and I do so every week. When I'm not at the temple I'm trying to live my life in a way that shows what I believe (the activiteis I do or don't participate in and the language I use, I feel, supports the beliefs I have).