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  1. jasoncomely

    Zen Mormon

    Hi everyone, I'm Jason and I have many hobbies and interests. I'm a self-employed conceptual designer and a faithful LDS member. Along with daily scripture study, I also practice Zazen and read koans. I recently made a website for Mormon Koans, which I may link to in the future. I'm not here to promote anything but the Restored Gospel though, and to learn from others. Thanks for reading!
  2. ZenMormon

    Greetings and Salutations

    A little about me mmm... Well I'm a convert to the church for about 16 years, I have a strong testimony of the church and it's doctrine. I have a great knowledge about this church and it's doctrine. I'm getting ready to start Spring Forest QiGong, and as soon as I land a job, start my schooling for Herbal Medicines, I am all about healing without Pharmesuticauls. You know, I never know what to put here, if you truly want to get to know me, and what I'm like. Drop me a note. Zen
  3. Hello all, Thought I'd come here to learn a little more about LDS. My background is conservative Protestant for most my life then some searching around and have been following mostly a Zen Buddhist path for a few years. I have several LDS people in my life and one thing I admire is the community-oriented nature of the church as well as the commitment to living moral lives. I am also a Freemason of several years and our principles of living are very similar. Anyway, glad to be here and learn!