What is true love?
"I guess true love is, depending on the context it could be... I don't know. Like, I would do anything for my dog. If it were for another human, like a family member or a significant other, it would be accepting them through their flaws and seeing them completely as a whole. Loving them even when you don't want to and accepting the fact that no one is the perfect human, but you chose to do life with these people or one person and I think that's true love. In a nut shell, it's accepting somebody completely for who they are and not judging their beliefs, their individual characteristics, or their flaws. Yeah, that's true love. From a Christian stand point, I think true love should reflect the love that God gave us event though we're imperfect humans. the love that He pours out on us on a daily basis is what we should reflect on others... What I'm trying to say is, the way God loves us, that's the way we should love other people. That's true, authentic love."
If you could have any question answered, what would it be?
"Well, I feel like we'll get a lot of questions answered when we get to heaven, so it's hard to focus on just one. I guess there's a lot of 'whys,' but you kind of just have to trust God. So there's a lot of questions I have, but I think it'll all be really clear, so I don't know."
How do you want to change the world?
"I would like to change the world one day at a time. People my age think, 'What are you going to do with the rest of your life,' but I think the way you can change the world is to show people the love of Jesus in everyday circumstances. You don't have to be a superhero to do it and what I've come to see is that if you're about converting people to Jesus and believing that He died for your sins, you're not going to see that in going up to one person in one day, but you can plant the seed or help grow the seed that's already planted. Maybe it'll grow into a plant a couple years down the road, but you won't see that so I think it's definitely one day at a time. You can change the world by just loving on people and putting others needs before yours."
What are you responsible for?
"I'd say being a good follower of Christ and representing Jesus the best I can. That's my biggest responsibility."
What makes you smile?
"Well a few things: One, when other people laugh or smile and two, when people hurt themselves. Yeah, that's what makes me smile."
If you could do it all over again, what would you change?
"I would ask God more questions."
If you could change a lot of people's minds, what would you make them believe?
"The first thought that comes to mind is that I would make them believe that everyone is equal, because it's true. So it's not something to believe, it's truth."