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Hi I'm Aimee

I grew up in Los Angeles, California. I'm a university student. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love to read and I love to learn. I love the different cultures of the world, languages, and history. I believe that everyone has a story to tell, a unique life, and I'd like to hear about it. Though I am not musically talented, I love music and believe it can transcend the boundaries of language.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church. Both my mother and father have been faithful members their whole lives. My ancestry is steeped with people who were faithful in the gospel, even to the time of the pioneers. But, I gained my personal testimony on my own and it is a great treasure to me. I have been taught the principles of the gospel my whole life and time and experience has taught me the truthfulness of the things which I learned in Sunday School and the scriptures. I have time and time again seen the hand of the Lord in my daily life. I have felt his presence, comfort, and love in the dark, lonely, difficult times in my life. His tender mercies always find me in unexpected ways. I have grown to trust Him wholeheartedly. I have an undeniable faith that He is real and that He knows me more than I know myself.

How I live my faith

I am involved in my church's activity by being a ward missionary, that is, a member missionary exclusively for our area. I try to teach and inspire my fellow church members to stay true to their principles and become member missionaries themselves. I am also a visiting teacher to a few women in the ward. I am there for when they need me and I let them know that I care about them.

What is being a Mormon like?

Aimee
Being a Mormon makes me very happy. I have a sure knowledge and testimony about who I am, where I came from, where I am, and where I am going. The commandments that I follow may restrict me from some activities, but I find that I am a healthier and happier person because of them. Life can be hard, but when I have the Lord and my fellow church members on my side, the burdens become lighter and my outlook becomes more positive. The church teaches me to not only look out for myself, but to look out for others more than myself. I find this to be a very fulfilling part of my life that contributes to my happiness in the gospel. When I think of others, I am happy, and the church taught me that. Show more Show less