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Hi I'm Daniella Murri

I'm a cat lover. A Pinterest enthusiast. I'm a missionary in the Tennessee Knoxville Mission and Yes I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a 20-year-old young woman with an intense love for Beyoncé. My home and heart are located in Seattle, the beautifully evergreen 425. I am currently a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I am serving the sweet southern saints in the Tennessee Knoxville Mission! When I'm home I love to spend time with my family. We enjoy going on hikes and exploring this amazing planet, watching the history channel, laughing and eating excessive amounts of sushi. It's always a party at the Murri home. My ancestors hail from Chile and Mexico and of course the great U.S. Of A. Before leaving on my mission I attended Utah Valley University. While there I studied Public Relations and Marketing. I plan to change the world one promotion event and social media campaign at a time. I love planning events, speaking in Spanglish, being ambiguously ethnic, decorating rooms, exploring Pinterest, eating sushi and other foreign foods, watching good movies and shows, going on adventures in the great outdoors, doing hair and makeup, buying clothes I don't need, talking in #hashtags, petting cats and when I'm not pretending that I'm musically talented I love to just jam to some sweet tunes and I love the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints!!

Why I am a Mormon

My mother grew up in Chile as a very devout Catholic. When she joined the church she later decided to serve a mission. My father met my mother while he was serving in the same mission in chile. Because they were very faithful and loved the gospel they decided to raise my siblings and I in the gospel. Although I grew up in the church I still had to come to know of the truthfulness of the gospel for myself. I am so thankful for their example of serving missions and living the gospel. However their examples are not the sole reason of why I am Mormon. I have always had a testimony of the gospel but I didn't always live by its teachings. Once I had gone to college I had to decided for myself if I wanted to continue in the gospel or if I wanted to just leave it all behind and do my own thing. I came to a point when I didn't want to be just a 'Sunday mormon'. I had realized that I was in need of some spiritual CPR. I knew that I could strengthen my testimony through prayer and scripture study. Doing this helped me to know how God wanted me to live my life. This has brought me so much happiness and peace. Nothing else the world has to offer has ever given me that reassurance. Through these experiences I've come to know that I was sent to this earth for a specific purpose. I know that I have a Father in Heaven who knows me. Who loves me and sent me here for that reason. I know that Jesus Christ suffered and died for my sins, my pains, my shortcomings and weaknesses. I know that I can be together with my parents, siblings and my future family forever because of the blessings that are found in the temple #familiesareforever I know that this gospel brings immeasurable happiness. Peace. Assurance. Guidance. Love. And the ability to overcome any obstacles. I'm Mormon because I know that only the gospel will bring me the happiness and joy that I need. For now and for eternity.

How I live my faith

Service. Institute. Relief Society. There are many things that help me to live my faith but I primarily show my faith through service, attending the church's institute programs and the Relief Society. I have always loved working with individuals with a variety of disabilities. Every summer I am a counselor for a special needs camp in Seattle. Being able to serve some of God's special sons and daughters has helped me to develop charity and love of all people. I'm always looking for ways to serve because it helps me to feel like I make a difference in other people's lives. The Institute program has helped me to develop my understanding of the gospel. I have loved being able to attend classes about women in the scriptures, Jesus Christ's ministry and the history of the restored church. Going to institute gives me that spiritual fill I need. The Relief a Society is such a blessing in my life. I've loved being able to fellowship and serve with other women in the church. I was able to serve in the Relief Society presidency for the first two years of college which help me to understand my divine nature and the individual worth of those around me #sistersinzion