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Hi I'm Paulina

I grew up in Chicago, Illinois. I am beginning my fitness journey. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love fitness. There is nothing besides the Gospel that makes me so excited to start the day than knowing I am going to put good things into my body, and to go to the gym and workout. I finished my first year of college, and am now preparing myself for a mission.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon, because I know what it's like to not live the way God wants me to and those were times where I was the most unhappy. I am a Mormon, because I know that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is the true church. Happiness doesn't come from being comfortable in all of lives situations, happiness doesn't come from doing what we think is sufficient enough to be a good person. Happiness and true freedom come from obedience to God's will, it comes from having the desire to follow his example and acting upon it whether or not that makes us accepted in the world. I am a Mormon, because I don't want to be a part of a temporary world, I want to be a part of God's eternal kingdom.

How I live my faith

I am someone who loves to serve others. I enjoy the look on others when I have helped them with something that they couldn't do alone. Myself included, I have come across many difficult times in my life, and along the way I have found that there was always someone to help me. It's the small things that we do for each other that greatly impact how we see the world and how we see each other. I live my faith the way I know God would be pleased to see. I strive each and every day to be like Him, and though we may feel like we received the shorter end of the stick in life, everything we go through, we go through because our Heavenly Father is molding us into the people we need to be to be examples for His children, for our brothers and sisters.