Hi I'm Larry Bloss
I'm a Mormon.
Good and evil exists as light and dark. The mortal existence has more to do with the pressures of the world, like poverty, greed, race, religion, fanaticism, hatred, politics and all flawed characteristics developed by the children of God who choose wrong or who have been taught wrong. My testimony of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has strengthened by fellowship among proper saints and seeking to be a proper saint myself. I went from being destructive to constructive because I sought after Christ and listened. Everyone has a choice Now that I am distinguished by those whom I choose to associate with, my experiences have lead me to always remember that all mankind belong to God, and no matter what religion, race, gender, class, or whatever, we must all love each other as God would have us do. It is in this that there can be a future, and in this only. Man is flawed, not Christ. So go to Christ and you will see for yourself, even perhaps for the very first time. In that time that you are allowed to see, you must seek for yourself that time, time and time again. That is living.
Why I am a Mormon
I am a Latter-Day Saint because the description "Saint of the Latter-days," isn't what most people in our world today choose for themselves. Regular citizens watch, go, eat, participate, and do what ever their ushered to watch, go, eat, participate, and do regardless of the moral dilemma they're facing, and you can't find your inner self or know who you are at all if your moral, knowledge, and spirit are at risk. It has changed my life and the way I see through my own eyes. The world is a very loud place. So, Finding Christ is going to take a lot of work, because you can't see him, you just have to trust that he's there walking with you every step of the way. What you don't know and what you can't see will keep you away from that state of awareness. You will have to see yourself from the inside and not the out -and then live it. The mysteries of God and living Godly are a number of life choices/characteristics that must synchronize. You can choose to live or you can choose to die. You can choose right or choose wrong. You can choose darkness or choose Christ.
How I live my faith
I live my faith by preparing myself to see Christ again. I live my faith by comitting to the orginization of my church family. I live my faith by choosing to do good in all things.