The Temple

It’s impossible to get a great photo of the whole Tokyo temple. When you get far enough away to take in most of the temple there are power lines bisecting the image. This photo of the spire and Angel Moroni are taken from a bench in the park across from the temple.

In this photo you can barely see the temple building. This angle makes the Angel Moroni appear to be on top of Mori Tower which actually some distance away from the temple. You can see what I mean about power lines, not to mention cars and buses.

However, that isn’t what this post is about anyway. I am grateful for the temple and the blessings that come to me and to my family as I serve there. I am so grateful that during my time in Tokyo I have lived only five minutes from it’s door, allowing me to enter often.

 

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One Response to The Temple

  1. Kristina says:

    I love the temple. Since having Henry, that is one of the things that I miss most. Being able to go to the Houston Temple often with Brian. But we went last month and can hopefully make it our monthly goal now, instead of a weekly one. Weekly just seems like a lot with little Henry around…maybe someday in the future we can go weekly again. I love you, Mom! I love your posts.

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