Bonifacio Global City Taguig Philippines
“I go to church, and … I hold myself to a high standard of living in terms of morality,” he said.
“I have found, though, that that’s not necessary to compromise your standards in order to be successful or to fit in, because you don’t have to. You can just be in the world or in wherever you are and you don’t have to really do the things that everybody else does, and people will often look up to you and actually like end up admiring like your willingness to stick to your standards,” he said.
Moroni 7:33 And Christ hath said: If ye will have faith in me ye shall have power to do whatsoever thing is expedient in me.
“I don’t feel like you have to balance so much. Yes, the fashion industry is a very mysterious industry to a lot of people who aren’t in it, and especially for those with conservative beliefs. The fashion industry is very open about a lot of things. It’s not an industry that values values, but in terms of myself, I have my standards and I live my standards. When people asked me this, at first, I was always taken aback, because it seemed like people were questioning my testimony.
“In any industry there’s a balance in terms of how you balance your work life, your family life, and your spiritual life. Especially in today’s society – it’s hard to bring any sort of religious beliefs into the work place. It’s not approved of; it’s not allowed today. I go to work, I do my job, and I still live my standards. When I’m on-set and off-set; it doesn’t matter.”
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