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Hi I'm Sherazade

I was born in the gorgeous Caribbean Island Trinidad. With both Arabian and Indian ancestors, guess what I am a Mormon!

About Me

Me? Well, adventure is in my genetic makeup. I love the environment and anything that involves outdoor activity. I graduated from College and I am about to embark on yet another course with a spiritual twist #MyLdsMission. Ohio Columbus Mission. #TheGreatOCM. I am engrossed with Marine Biology and Soil Chemistry. Oh I absolutely love children. And yes I am a Mormon!

Why I am a Mormon

Because a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Saints gave my mother a Book of Mormon to read and told her that it would bless her life. The book remained in my home for more than a year until my mother agreed to have the missionaries teach our family. With a multitude of religions in the island Trinidad my mother came from a Hindu background while my father came from a Muslim background. We were all baptized and became members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints after praying to know what to do. My dad read the Book of Mormon in 7 days and wanted to be baptized immediately. Seeing his righteous example influenced my decision in becoming a Mormon. I live it and love it 3

How I live my faith

Once there is a beach or coastal cleanup you will definitely see me with gloves and bags in hand ready to beautify my Island beaches. I enjoy outreach activities whether it be helping kids with home work or teaching others about recycling and using water conservatively. I have taught kids of all ages in primary sunday school classes and am always happy to help youth understand that they are worth so much beyond their understanding. I am a mormon at all times and all places which means that I am there for my families, friends and even strangers who my need my help.