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Hi I'm Awesome Jausem

I am a Brother, a Writer, an Artist, and I am a Latter-Day Saint.

About Me

I'm a Legend of Zelda fan. A writer. A poet. An artist. A proud servant to our Heavenly Father. I like any sport that you can play by yourself, like Parkour, Running, Jogging, and Swimming. I am a huge General Conference fan! I listen to them all the time on my iPod and other music devices. I also like listening to Alternative, Metal, Gospel, and Arabic music. I am half Kuwaiti and half Multi-European inheritances. I love to stand up for my God, dry up tears, comfort the broken, and feel compassion towards the forgotten. I draw pictures of awesome battle scenes and characters I make up or copy for others. I created my own art style of Anime (Japanese art). I love community service and working for other for free. I love my family and friends, I consider everyone I meet as a brother or sister. I want to help people as much as I can, especially when times are tough or temptations raise. I am supportive of good family entertainment and dream of making videos for families and adults with wholesome content. I plan on serving a Mission to prepare myself for an eternal marriage. And I love my Father, His Son, and the Holy Ghost.

Why I am a Mormon

I was a Muslim once upon a time, but then I decided to follow the "Immoral Life". Over the course of some odd years, I had dug myself into a well of addictions and empty promises, thinking life was perfect. I managed to have an LDS girl friend during the course of my old life, but she quickly found out what kind of immoral life I was committing. She stopped being my friend saying that she didn't want to expose herself to that kind of immorality. My heart broke, and I thought increasing the dosage of my prescription medicine would fill in the empty void she left. But years passed, and the hole in my chest grew bigger. I could never forget what kind of person she was, and how much I missed her. I began to question life, and my Bipolar-affected emotions leaded me to believe that only Death could answer my questions. I tried to get to the other side of the veil, but our Father preserved me long enough to read a book. The Book of Mormon I forgot so very long ago seemed to have called my name from under the dust. I read the book, and knew with a certainty it was full of truth. The promises it held for me, a new life, a new love, and a new meaning, gave me hope in a better future. I now stand only for the Saints and our Heavenly Father.

How I live my faith

I have given up all my addictions, and inappropriate reading material. I do service for the Church, attend Institute, sometimes go to two Wards on Sundays, and keep myself busy with productive activities so as to never look back on my old life. I listen to General Conference every morning and read scriptures every evening. I may lack a license to drive, but I try my hardest to attend activities outside of Church that are of good report. I am working on my entertainment. I am fasting from violent video games of all sorts and listen to music that doesn't curse or use vulgar language. I am a Helper at Institute for those with Special Needs. In my discussions, I like to talk about the love of our Heavenly Father, so as I can "stand as a witness in all times and in all places." I don't hesitate to comfort those in need for comfort. I tend to write poetry on Celestial Marriage as a reminder to myself of my ultimate goal in this mortal life. I pray every night for protection and for the Holy Ghost's guidance , and I'm trying to remember to pray in the morning (sometimes it becomes afternoon prayers instead of morning prayers). I am more aware of internet sites and am staying far away from old sins *cough* violence *cough*. I can't wait to go on a Mission and I can't wait to fall in love with my future wife.