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Hi I'm Dallin

I'm a stud who loves MMA, weightlifting, bull riding, and anything else that sounds fun. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

My life story begins at a young age, when I developed very serious complications of asthma. After years of battling asthma and going in and out of the hospital, I finally overcame it. Unfortunately my life I remembered had changed as I had missed most of my 4th and 5th grade year. The next few years would be me getting use to socializing, as well as trying desperately to join my classmates in physical activities. I started wrestling and weightlifting, and began to slowly become active again. Eventually I decided that our school system was a joke, so I left and got my GED. I then enrolled in my local community college at 16, with a full scholarship. I picked my career path to be in law enforcement at an early age, and was finally able to begin working towards that goal. I was able to grow both mentally and physically (continuing weightlifting and even doing more intense events like bull riding and mixed martial arts), but I soon realized I had lost all my spirituality. My brother was gone on his mission, and the college campus is not a place that you easily can find spirituality. I always maintained a high moral code, such as trying my hardest not to ever lie, and to not drink or smoke (more for health reasons, as if I picked up a cigarette I would probably die with my asthmatic past...), and I always treated girls I took out with utmost respect. Eventually many circumstances would change, and I would go looking for my faith. I found it, I leave in 50 days for my mission.

Why I am a Mormon

The Church has helped me, and so many others through difficult times. Even from a cynical standpoint, everything the church does helps people. I personally love the way families are treated in the Church, and I plan on raising my own one day. There is no better environment or teachings that I have seen that would help better raise a family. I want to be happy in life, and the church truly leads you to eternal happiness, both in this life and the next. That is why I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I live my faith in a very simple way. I am not extremely spiritual, but I try to be a positive impact on anyone I come in contact to. I try to be as honest as possible, and to make the right choices in all my dealings with people or just myself. I think its the simple things in life like talking to someone before a class, smiling to someone as you pass by, or just being a friend.