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Hi I'm "Elder" Joseph Brill

I've lived in 14 different places all around the United States as a military child with my triplets and siblings. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love art, design, and mechanics. I love seeing the intricacies of how the world around us works. I enjoy drawing, designing, programing, creating with my own hands, and thinking of things in a different light than others have before. I hope and plan to one day become a positive force in the world of design mechanics, and perhaps help lead the way to the betterment of the human condition. Whether that be in medical oriented engineering, such as prosthetics, or a new field no one has ever thought of before, I look forward to both the challenges and rewards ahead.

Why I am a Mormon

You may think that because I was born into an LDS family that I really don't know what it's like to not be a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and to some degree you'd be right, but I never really became a member of this church until I was baptized and confirmed at the age of eight years old. It's hard to explain, but even at the age of eight I knew that this church had the fullness of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Even at the age of eight I was able to recognize the Spirit of the Lord, which not only brought understanding and comfort to me then, concerning my baptism, but continues to do so now in my decision to stand fast in my Faith. I love the principles of love and acceptance that the gospel teaches. Especially it's focus on strengthening the institution of the family. In the many places I have lived and visited I have always found good "Latter Day Saints" ready to accept me as both a friend and new addition to their family.

How I live my faith

I live my faith in the best way I can. I do my best to live every day as though it is my first day upon this earth. Everyday is new and teeming with possibilities for me to make a positive change in someones life, if not my own. It's not always easy (given) but it's always worth it.