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Hi I'm Zac DiPadova

I love Hairmetal. I'm cooler than the other side of the pillow. I have a dog named Kitty, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

After growing up in Florida, I moved with my wonderful family to Tooele, Utah at the age of 15. I left the beach for the mountains, though i adore both. I love scenic views, like watching the beach at dawn, or standing at the top of the ski slopes. Living in Utah, I played hockey in high school, and I was also in the marching band. I always disliked everything about school except socializing with people of my own age, and even that life was fairly scarce. I would spend my free time jamming music into my head, all day, everyday. I have an immeasurable ammount of Patriotism and love for my country, and I plan to serve in the military after my mission. At the age of 17, I was introduced to the Restoration of the Church by a loving friend, and after months of investigating, I was Baptised on Aug. 20, 2011. I am currently serving in the Georgia Atlanta North Mission, and I would'nt have any of this any other way.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I am able to always live with a sense direction, a sense of what is right and what is wrong. Everyone has ways of proccessing life and proccessing how they can adapt to situations, and this is mine. And I wouldn't have it any other way.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by showing everyone that Mormons are human, too. When I moved to Utah, I was under the impression Mormons are like Amish people. How wrong I was! We are normal people, and we have normal hobbies and attractions. I live to show people what values are important to me in this life, and the Church has helped me realize what IS important in this life. I started to realize, during my teenage years, how many people of the world worry abouth things that shouldn't matter. A wonderful friend of mine taught me not to live by what I think is important, but by living principles, such as being possitive and always trying. There are many principles in life, and I live my faith by living principles.

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Zac DiPadova
Joseph Smith was a wonderful man. But he was a man nevertheless! He was chosen to restore the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Earth because of his Faith in Christ. Show more Show less