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Hi I'm Karoline

I'm a reader, a traveler and an adventurer. I'd rather climb a mountain than look at one. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I recently graduated from a small liberal arts college with a degree in Neuropsychology. I love to read, climb, and travel. Human brain and behavior is a passion of mine, and I love applying what I learn into daily life. I hope to be a life long learner, and find ways to help others through my experiences, and knowledge. Every life experience adds to who I am and who I will become.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because this is the true church of Christ. This church has always worked for me, as it will work for anyone else who will accept the doctrines and principles of the gospel. It will never let you down. I have always been a logical and analytic person by nature, and sometimes have failed to allow room for faith. This has always been a mistake. The knowledge of the gospel and the church has been something that I have worked hard to obtain and keep. Though born and raised in the church, I've had my own conversion, and I continue to actively be a member in the church willingly. While sometimes my own stubbornness has caused me to falter, I know that there is always a way back and that it is never too late to turn around.

How I live my faith

I have always been willing to share the gospel with my friends and peers of other faiths. Who I am and what I believe has never been a secret. I don't ask or expect others to do something that I have not been willing to do myself. I live a life that is in accordance to what I believe and know to be true. I will always be honest and hold a strong sense of integrity. Soon I will be embarking on an 18 month long mission to Belgium and The Netherlands. As a missionary I look forward to sharing the gospel, and giving those I meet a message of love and hope, and the knowledge of our Savior. It is something I do willingly and expect to be one of the most worthwhile experiences of my life.