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Hi I'm Clyde Riboldi

My name is Clyde Riboldi, I rock climb, mountain bike, snowboard I love Argentine BBQ and 80's music, and I'm mormon.

About Me

"I am wise, for I know that I know nothing."-Socrates The more that I learn, the more true I find this to be. I have found in my life that formal education has provided me with the tools on how to live fully and be successful in every aspect possible, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has taught me how to use these tools. The theater (in every aspect) has been my passion at this stage in life. I find that society, through theatre, can look at itself as if in a mirror and judge where they need to go. I believe that words have power, but actions dictates the meanings of our words. The more that I learn the more I realize how much God loves us, how great the miracle of Christ really was, and how we can be more like him in this clumsy mortal existence. I have friends all over the world serving missions, including many of my family, and I am so grateful for their examples. As I go forward in my life, with each step I try to lose myself more in the teachings of Christ, and be less like the person I so prone to be.

Why I am a Mormon

Because the family is stronger within the bounds of the Gospel.

How I live my faith

I try to not let make exceptions in my life. I try to be constant and firm in standards set by the Master Teacher. Even when it seems like the entire world is on the other side of the line. I try turning every single day and experience into a classroom, where I can be taught and hopefully do some of the teaching. My goals for life and every experience is to leave it a little better off than when I found it. "Preach the Gospel at all times, and when necessary, use words". Sometimes words disguise the true meaning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I truly say to the Lord everyday "lead thou me on." For "I love to choose my path and will but now, Lead Thou Me On."

Who is the Mormon prophet today?

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