The one thing I am passionate about...
My commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ. I enjoy serving in the Church, with my mission to Hiroshima, Japan being one of the best times of my life. Stemming from my faith in Christ is a love of family, friends, and strangers. More than anything else in my life, commitment to God and the Priesthood trust I have been given comes first.
I typically spend my leisure time
It's pretty limited at the moment with work (UPS), college (UVSC), volunteering at the Provo Temple & the MTC, and fulfilling other church callings. But I do enjoy playing my PS3 on rare occasions (currently working on FF XII), watching a good movie, or reading a good book. I try to get together with family and friends as often as possible, and I also enjoy the outdoors. I like variety in life.
The most influential person in my life has been
Besides the obvious answer, a testimony of the gospel, the next most important thing I think would be the humility necessary to sacrifice and compromise to make things work in a long-term relationship. Obviously, this is a quality both parties need to share and practice for lasting happiness.
The first thing people notice about me
I am often initially quiet and reserved, but I do enjoy socializing with my family, friends, and strangers.
The last book I read and enjoyed
Driving Change: The UPS approach to business; we had to read this book for work, but I enjoyed reading about UPS's 100 year history (started in 1907), it was pretty cool! I'm now reading "In the Arms of His Love" by Steven A Cramer, it's a really great book about growing closer to the Savior and recieving his love in your life.
The three things which I am most thankful for
- The Gospel of Christ
The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me
Despite the initial impression many get, I really do enjoy socializing with others and getting to know new people (hence my love of my mission).
Friends Describe me as
Hard Working, Intelligent, Optimistic, Spiritual
A little more about me
I enjoy meeting new people, and it'd be wonderful to hear from you!