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Hi I'm Dillon

I´m an American man, I love amazing things, I believe that a piece of music can change a life, and I´m a Mormon.

About Me

SInce the beginning I have been a boy with too many interests. My parents taught me early on to appreciate all things, to get excited, and have fun in the midst of working hard. My parents always provided opportunities for me to learn new things, have experiences, and develop new interests. All of these things specifically led me to excel in music, and thus began the course that my life took. I often say to people, "Music became my life...or my life became music...I don´t know which!" Throughout all of my youth, being involved in music helped me make something of myself, develop a passion, and surround myself with good friends who lived the gospel of Jesus Christ. We did incredible things together, and on top of that I always had my family behind me every step of the way. Every concert, performance, every endeavor or goal, I had my family behind me. This contributed to me working hard to not only be a better musician, but a better person and family member. I believe in the power of music. I believe in the importance of edifying the soul, and that is precisely what I plan to to. That is who I want to be!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know that the Church of Jesus Christ has been restored to the earth. It has given me the direction in my life that every one in the world wants to have. I know who I am, where I came from, what my purpose is here on earth, where I am going after this life, and my potential for eternity. That knowledge is priceless. In The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, that knowledge brings blessings. I can be a part of it and recieve those blessings while still living my life the way I want, because of the teachings of Jesus Christ, I now know how to live like Heavenly Father wants me to live. It is more than just a faith, it is a life. And it's the life I want to live, forever.

How I live my faith

As the saying goes, Faith without works is dead. I enjoy living the gospel through service, obedience to the principles of the gospel in everything I do, and putting myself in places and doing things that are uplifting and positive for my soul and for that of others. As children of God, we are supposed to be happy. My faith in the Lord Jesus Christ brings that happiness and joy into my life. I love knowing the truth, understanding my purpose and trying to live the fulness of life.