"A person or product that is not authentic is false, fake, and fraudulent. Our messages should be truthful, honest, and accurate. We should not exaggerate, embellish, or pretend to be someone or something we are not. Our content should be trustworthy and constructive. And anonymity on the Internet is not a license to be inauthentic."
- Elder David A. Bednar
I try really hard to be real when it comes to my social media encounters, and it’s really not much of a chore, it’s freeing actually, to tell it like it is and make myself appear to be something other than I am. It’s freeing because being sort of socially awkward makes it difficult for people to really know who I am right away, so being able to do it here it nice.
Also, @lizehenson sorry that I’m awkward and didn’t really say anything to you when you were so nice, haha I was caught off guard because I didn’t expect you to remember me, I never went to Orem High but a lot of people think I did so you’re not the only one 😊
#postsonthereal #beauthentic #lds #imamormon #sundaythatoneday #sorryfortheawkwardmessage