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Hi I'm Csilla Kozma

I'm a traditional hungarian girl. I love my family and my friend's. And I am a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a 24 years old hungarian girl from Transilvania; I grew up with my grandparents, who teach me how can I be honest, kind, helpful, grateful, obedient and much more. I like my tradition habits, also I am interested about another culture as well. I like to be in the nature with my friend's or with my family, then just listening the birds, enjoying the moments/activities, to walk everywhere, and just watch how the kid's play with the shells on the beach, this things makes me happy. Also I like to discover new places everywhere I am. I'm a quiet person, who love to spend time with the best character whom I know in the Island, Sister Radcliffe. I love my family and my granny is the most important relative in my life like as my mum. I like to try new challenges in my life, like learning and improving and my dream is to have a happy family with a great husband, and do the things what I have to do. At the moment I live in the beautiful Isle of Man, working at McDonald's as a crew member, and I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Douglas Ward (Isle of Man)

Why I am a Mormon

When first time I went to the chapel last year I had seen that the members are polite and helpful, I realised that I found the place, what I ever want in my past. After my visit I was positive, that my feelings were right about the church. I listened to my heart when I prayed and I joined to the church in April what was the most wonderful blessing in my life. When I follow the gospel, my soul is full with peace, love, and I am humbled. As long as I know that I am not perfect, I do my best to be a better person even if I have mistakes.

How I live my faith

Before I met with the missionaries on the street in Ramsey, I was alone, and crashed. A lots of time I used to pray to Heavenly Father, as I struggled every time in that period with the family where I've been au-pair. As my prayers were answered, after a short time I was able to change and find a better place to be. I really can't explain whag I feel when I read The Book of Mormon, but I know that is true, it is magical. As I am a new member, I do my best to learn as much as I can, and I try to be present in every activity where I can.