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Hi I'm Orrin

I have grown up in diverse climates. I like motorcycles, and I take education as the pathway to success in life, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I like to do fun things, and this can include: motorcycling, bicycling, roller blading, mountain biking, an occasional paintball outing, target shooting, diving into the forest with an ATV, a healthy run, walking my dogs, going out to eat at places that sell really good food for low prices, playing video games after my work is done, adding strange and awesome videos to YouTube, hanging out with friends, observe and understand the television show: Adventure Time, learning practical skills, helping people through service, taking hot showers, street racing (legally of course), family home evenings, family activities, spending time in nature, fishing at nearby lakes and rivers, playing with my other pets, listening to nostalgic music, playing the piano, sleeping, watching my favorite anime such as Dragon Ball Super, going to the local movie theatre, taking joy in having the brightest house lights, swimming in clean pools only, building castles and forts on the beach, exploring the unknown, brushing my teeth and feeling clean, improving myself, dreaming, dominating at chess whenever and wherever, not breaking things, being a devoted citizen of the United States of America (fireworks included), pushing myself, and coming closer to God.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I know that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is true, and I continue to live His Gospel because I know that it is what I must do to be truly happy in life. I am also a member of this Church because I know the teachings of the Gospel are true, and I must do my best to be a light in the world, and help those who are truly searching for answers to why they are here on Earth know too.

How I live my faith

I participate in my ward by fulfilling my roles as a holder of the priesthood, which roughly is God's powers and authority bestowed upon worthy male holders to administer crucial ordinances or sacred acts such as baptism, and I do service when it is possible as best as I can. Almost every month I go home teaching, which is basically visiting members of my ward, to which I and my companion are assigned to, and help them by giving a lesson on the Gospel of Jesus Christ and volunteering service if they are in need of help. As a youth I participated in Boy Scouting and mutual, the youth in our ward meet together and have fun activities, and this occurred weekly. I believe that being a good citizen is a fundamental part of being a Mormon, and so I follow the laws and vote to fulfill my role as an American Citizen. Throughout all these activities I live my faith by keeping His commandments, and being kind to those around me. There is so much more to being a Mormon, and living my faith has helped me become a better and different individual.