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“The angel Moroni stand[s] atop the temple as a shining symbol of [our] faith. In a degenerate society, he remained pure and true. He is my hero. He stood alone. He stands today, beckoning us to have courage, to remember who we are, to ‘arise and shine forth,’ to [live] above the worldly clamor and to, as Isaiah prophesied, ‘Come to the mountain of the Lord’—the holy temple.” –Elaine S. Dalton

Most LDS Temples have this statue or one like it on the spire. It's the Angel Moroni, one of the ancient prophets told about in the Book of Mormon. To learn more about the Angel Moroni, contact the missionaries for a free copy of the Book of Mormon.

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A field of poppies . and I love poppies. Great in mass, but sad when they go dormant in early summer. I always have poppies but in small clumps so I can hide the bare spot when dormant.

Cosmos choca mocha (c) Mandy Disher

Chocolate Cosmos - Cosmos atrosanguineus Also commonly known as Cosmos choca mocha, Cosmos atrosanguineus (Asterales - Asteraceae) is a rare, perennial, and aromatic species, native to Mexico (now.

I have been looking for this picture for years!

First kiss /// This is just so cute. A loving mom plops a kiss on the baby's head. I love the baby giraffe's flat ears!