Traditions of Our Fathers Pt 1

Being Zion

For some time I have pondered and discussed with friends the idea of what Zion might be like from a logistical perspective. The origin of the thought was Denver Snuffer's delightful talk I simply call, Zion. He presented it at the Zion Symposium, at the Provo, UT Marriott on 2/23/2008. I've been ruminating on the subject ever since and this essay is the result. It meanders a bit but I hope you'll enjoy the ride!

Part 1 of a 7-part series.

Traditions of Our Fathers Pt 2

Being Zion

Part 2 of a 7-part series.

Traditions of Our Fathers Pt 3

Being Zion

Part 3 of a 7-part series.

Traditions of Our Fathers Pt 4

Being Zion

Part 4 of a 7-part series.

Traditions of Our Fathers Pt 5

Being Zion

Part 5 of a 7-part series.

Traditions of Our Fathers Pt 6

Being Zion

Part 6 of a 7-part series.

Traditions of Our Fathers Pt 7

Being Zion

Part 7 of a 7-part series.

Stupidity Virus

General Musings

In the fall-winter months in the U.S., tens of thousands of people die as a result of contracting one or another strain of the regular-old-every-day-flu-bug. A national crisis? Nope. We, affectionately, call it "The Flu Season." 

What Do You Do With Michael?

General Musings

My profound apologies for the gap in posts over the past year or so. Lots going on in our business, (we've retired), and a new career for Michael, (Photography). I have several essay projects nearly ready to go so you'll see more here shortly. Hold on to your hats, his one's a doozy!

Wider Fields

Being Zion

"We must the onward path pursue 
As wider fields expand to view, 
And follow him unceasingly, 
Whate’er our lot or sphere may be."

Are You An Individual Or An LDS Avatar?

General Musings

"There’s a damnable shortage of gratitude in the modern academy. And that’s based on a naiveté or a resentment and a willful blindness to the reality of history that’s so deep that it’s almost incomprehensible." So declared Jordan Peterson in an interview by Dennis Prager. Lots to think about...

Monday Wars

General Musings

Here's a thought for the Monday morning preceding Memorial Day. (Wow! An actual post! Yeah, well, I've been busy with a new career and winding down our business of 20 years. More on all that later. My apologies for the gap in posts. I'll do better.)


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