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Hi I'm Amy Singh

I'm a So Cal Gal. I love my family, service, smiling, and food. I am a Mormon ^.^

About Me

First of all, if you say my first and last name fast enough, it sounds like the word "amazing" Now this is a story all about a party Of a girl who is from a place called So Cali And I like to use a minute, won't take too long I'll tell you how a became a missionary in a place called Taiwan In Southern California, born and raised Performing luaus is how a spent most of my days Chillin' with my friends at the beach or the pool Or doing some musicals right after school Then life hit a point that I was in no good Not doing the things that I should (do) There came a burden on my back that I couldn't bare Then I realized that I should give a heart felt prayer I stood up from my knees and got my answer Telling me that I should take a break as a dancer To help peeps out like how this church helped me And I knew the way to do that is to be a missionary

Why I am a Mormon

I was born and raised in the church. Even though I've been in it all my life, I still have been converted as I grew up. This church helped me realize that we don't know all the answers to everything in life. This is why we have faith: walking in a dark tunnel and can't see anything, but KNOWING there is a light and opening at the end. I use to go through life in a dark tunnel, but the more that I know there is a bright ending, the easier it is to go down this tunnel of life. That bright ending is being in heaven with our Heavenly Father and Savior, Jesus Christ. Like any parent, Heavenly Father wants us to return home to Him. Not every tunnel is the same. Each individual has their own unique life that helps build us to become better, stronger, prepared, and anxious to dance through life. This church has also helped me know that I am never alone. If I am in a crowded room full of people or in my bedroom by myself, I know there is someone who loves me no matter what; My Heavenly Father loves me. It doesn't matter if someone has put a label on me and assume who I am. I already know who I am: I am a daughter of a heavenly king. Thus, that tells me I am a princess, and what girl didn't want to be a princess when they were younger? Let's be honest... I still want to be a princess :D

How I live my faith

I am very involved with my church, and it is a blast! I have played the piano during church and with a choir. There was also an Activities Committee where there is a whole bunch of young adults that create activities for the other people in our church (examples: Scavenger Hunt at Disneyland, Sand Castle Competition, dances, services...). There are services like helping clean someone's garage, painting someone's house, or even giving a plate of cookies. It is epically awesome! This church is full of service towards each other and others outside our church, and service makes you feel accomplished and happy at the end of the day. That's why I'm such a happy person! And who doesn't like being happy? ^.^

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Amy Singh
Men and women are equal in their own separate, unique way. For example, there are many diverse cultures in the world, and all are beautiful and wonderful in their different ways. This does not mean that one culture is better than another. Like culture, neither man or woman is better than the other. There are many things men can do that women can't. Likewise, there are many things women can do that men can't. In the church, we believe that men or "fathers are to preside over their families in love and righteousness and are responsible to provide the necessities of life and protection for their families." As for women or "mothers are primarily responsible for the nurture of their children." God created men and women differently so they may work side by side to work and grow together. Show more Show less