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Hi I'm Tyler

I'm a missionary, got reputable dance moves and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Well, what makes me... me? I have a lovely family of 3 sisters, 1 brother, a mother and a father. They are best. They make my heart sing. We laugh, we have fun, and all share a love for movie quotes. Mainly Nacho Libré. Cool? Yep. Just like us. I've always had a love for music. My favorite genres however, come from opposite ends of the spectrum. Since the ripe old age of 11, I've developed a love for electronic music of almost all sorts. Coming in second place soft, easy listening piano music. Weird? I don't think so. With my spare time, I've experimented in creating both kinds of music. I am by no means an expert, but I greatly enjoy developing that talent. I find it truly incredible to be able to use my talent in that area to create music completely unique and personal. I also dabble in DJ'ing. Once again, no expert. I also fill the role of tech support for my family and have a strange love for self-teaching in that area. I've fixed (and destroyed) my fair share of computers in my younger years. I also have a hobby of loving life. I enjoy it. I express it in mostly every way I can. I also pride myself on my ability to grow facial hair. It makes me feel like a man.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon (partly already explained) because it makes me happy! Why? Because it gives me hope. It gives me purpose. I know that I have a Father in Heaven who listens to my prayers and answers them! I have a Savior who knows every trial, every pain and every sadness I've ever experienced. I never feel alone in this world and I never feel like nobody understands. I know my Savior and my Heavenly Father know me personally. They know me by name. They help me through my tough times and are with me through my successes. They care about me just as much as they care about every person on and who has ever been on this earth. They have given us a living prophet, Thomas S. Monson, to help guide us because they care for us. Along with the Book of Mormon, to help us know of the truth of The Savior and help us to receive personal revelation in our own lives. I cannot help but see my Heavenly Father's hand in everything. This world, with all its perfection and imperfection. It is no coincidence that everything from our working organs to the planet being a perfect distance from the sun is arranged the way it is. Everything testifies that there is a God. I am a mormon I am a mormon because I cannot deny the feelings I have felt. I know in the very center of my heart, that it isn't just coincidence. I know that The Book of Mormon is true scripture. I know my Father lives. I know that Jesus Christ is my Savior and this is His church. ...And this makes me very, very happy!

How I live my faith

I live my faith through living my regular everyday life. My faith in my Savior and His Gospel helps me to try and emulate his example. The knowledge I have that I can be with my family forever because of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ and being able to become perfect through him because of his infinite atonement make me, in the most simplest of terms, happy! It fills me with immense joy and happiness! I live my faith through trying to be a better person. When I fall down, I get back up. When I succeed, thank my Heavenly Father for the blessings he has given me. I try to share this happiness with everyone around me with or without words. When you have something that makes you extremely happy, one of the first things you want to do is share it with those you care about and see them find that same happiness. Whether it be a cool song, amazing book or a beautiful view or anything like it, you want to share it! You want others to feel that same feeling and this is why I am serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ Of Latter-Day Saints. I want everyone to know, everyone to feel of the inexpressible joy and happiness that can only be found through the simple truths found in The Church of Jesus Christ.