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Hi I'm Daniel Adam Freeman

I love to write and invite everyone to see the world through new eyes. All I seek is the peace that only the spirit can provide.

About Me

Throughout my life people I come to know well always comments, "You can't be Mormon... I mean... you're normal." I simply smile and laugh... I've always been considered to be a bit of a nomad - my mother lovingly calls me her 'vagabond' as she sighs. Growing up I was home-schooled for several years, attended 6 high schools, and have moved dozens of times. In moving so many times I was exposed to many different cultures, customs, religions and ways of life. BUT WHAT DEFINES ME MOST? My desire to write. I currently write regularly on my personal blog, am working on several books at this time, and contribute to an inspiration blog as well. Forward Walking, the inspirational blog, is dedicated to helping people move forward through the challenges, trials, and heartaches of life. SO WHY AM I A MORMON? I am a Mormon because I know, by the manifestation of the Holy Ghost, that this is the restored Gospel of Jesus Christ upon the earth today. I know that there is a living prophet and that God speaks to us. He is not dead and He has not gone silent. He is there for ALL who seek Him. These things I know beyond any shadow of a doubt. But this isn't about me - this is about you: Have you found Him yet? Have you sought Him? I encourage you to seek Him out. He will answer you if you seek Him diligently and in the sincerity of your heart. God is real. He loves us. He comforts us. We are His children and He will uphold us as we draw nearer to Him.

Why I am a Mormon

I am Mormon because of the sweet peace which has distilled upon my soul as I have sought to know of its truthfulness. I have felt it on every level of my being. Although I was raised a mormon there have been times in my life that I lost my way. When this happened I lost the companionship of the spirit to which I was so accustomed. It was always so subtle that until an experience woke me up to my predicament I didn't realize what I had lost. I have returned to my faith and I know, beyond any shadow of a doubt, that this is God's work upon the earth today, that He does call men and women to be his hands, speak his words, and do his work in the world today. Having experienced what the world has to offer I know that on the other side of its promises lies only emptiness. Here I find peace and happiness that endures the hardships of life. There is no longer any need to distract myself from the pains of life as they can be faced with faith. Were not for my faith I know the kind of life I would lead. I am so thankful that I know who I am, why I am here, and where I am going after I leave this life.

How I live my faith

Living my faith is as important as my faith itself. If I do not live my faith then of what good is it to me? Daily I read my scriptures, pray, and go out of my way whenever I can to help others regardless of their color, creed, or religion. It is only by example we show what we truly believe.