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A Cloud and Smoke by Day, and the Shining of a Flaming Fire by Night: A History of the LDS Ogden Temple

“The Old Boss would never take wagons over such a d____d trail,” Orrin Porter Rockwell stated, looking at the narrow, rocky Weber Canyon.[1] A few days beforehand, on 10 July 1847, the Vanguard Pioneer Company of the Mormons was visited in the evening by a mountain man named Miles Goodyear. 11,192 more words


298 A temple like Solomon's

When Solomon built the Temple to the LORD, the glory of God filled it.

God fills us, His human temples, through the action of the Holy Spirit who gives us the gift of faith that will give us Jesus Christ.   26 more words


தமிழன் பின்னோக்கி ..

வணக்கம் ! தமிழன் என்ற முகவரியோடு என் முதல் தொகுப்பை வழங்குகிறேன் !

மனதில் பட்டதயும் மனதிற்கு பிடித்ததயும் மட்டுமே எழுத உள்ளேன் ! பிழை ஏதும் இருந்தால் மன்னிக்கவும் !!

 என்னுடைய சிந்தனைகள் அனைத்தும் சில வருடங்களாக பல  ஆயிரம் வருடங்களுக்கு முன்னால் என்னை இழுத்து சென்றுகொண்டிருக்கின்றன!!தமிழ்நாடு எவ்வாறு இருந்திருக்கும் ?


The Land of Happiness and Freedom

There is one southern Asian country whose nicknames and those of its cities and capital are more than poetic. It is a Kingdom occupying an area of 513 000 square km, with a population of 63 million inhabitants, 75% being thai people. 612 more words

Let's Travel

Kyoto part 2, my favourite temple

When I visited Kyoto 5 years ago, I saw many temples. Still, it wasn’t hard to pick a favourite – there was this one temple on the hills with a gorgeous view down to the city. 99 more words


Thailand: Chiang Mai, Day 3

Every guide book about Chiang Mai puts Wat Phra Doi Suthep in their list of must-see sights, so we made it our first stop on Sunday.  620 more words

Bayon: Not Just a Pretty Face

A little while ago I had written about the most prominent feature of Bayon Temple near Siem Reap in Cambodia- the intriguing faces carved on every side of the temple towers.  154 more words