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Hi I'm Preston Squire

I'm a hippy and a mormon.

About Me

Loud, outspoken, loves food, and laughing. Cuddling is an art form that I have perfected over many years of practice. I consider myself loving and kind. I am not perfect. I have made my mistakes but I don't let this get me down. I love hiking, Jeeping, and watching whole seasons of television show in a day or few. I am a friend to any and everyone.

Why I am a Mormon

I have questioned why I am Mormon a lot of throughout my life and have pondered many different thoughts, scriptures, and beliefs. I have found understanding and meaning in life in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and have come to know of the blessings of living it. Living a life where there is so much information and answers to life gives direction and meaning to why I am here on this earth. This question has been the biggest problem in my life and has gotten me down so many times. I found my answer to this question in the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. We are here to help one another. Families are the building blocks of society and are the way to change the world for a better place. I have come to see true happiness comes from living a life where you are free to choose for your own self; Not through temptations of addictions to different things, foods, or substances. Following the commandments taught in the Gospel of Jesus Christ promote this free choice, or agency, that is given to all men and I believe that we all have power to choose for ourselves and should not be made slave to anything else. I'm Mormon because I have come to find true happiness, a happiness that doesn't have an end to it, and it has been through being a member in this church.

How I live my faith

I like to follow the saying: "Get enthusiasm; Think enthusiasm; Live enthusiastically". I live life through smiling and helping others smile too. I may not get big service projects together or go out of my way to visit old folks' homes but I do keep an eye out towards all I meet and to everyone in my life to make sure if there is anything that I can do to help improve their lives, even if it is just for a little bit of their day.