Personal Account of Tahir Square

This is by far the best, most amazing, most jam-packed-full-of-experience-and-symbolism account of Tahir Square that I have found.

Take the time, really.  It’s that good.

And I think there are layers and layers of profound doctrine and implications and symbolism within what has unfolded, within what happened, within the history from the beginning until now – there is so much to share and discuss!

We need to know this.

Available for free on iTunes as a podcast if that’s better for you than the video.

CLICK HERE to see BYU Kennedy Center Lecture: Tahir Square.

I think I will write more about it later, because it exactly ties into last night’s post about becoming Zion.

But first, I have to go practice doing it, if I want to become it.

About Emily

I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since 2009. I serve as a Chaplain, and work as a counselor. I got bilateral cochlear implants in 2010, but will always love sign language. I choose books over television, and organics over processed. Nothing is as close to flying as ballroom dancing - except maybe running, when in the solo mood. I would rather be outside than anywhere else, especially at the river riding my bike or kayaking. PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy, and currently doing a post-doc in Jewish Studies and an MDiv in Pastoral Counseling. The best thing about Emily World is that it's always an adventure, even if (not so) grammatically precise. The only thing better than writing is being married to a writer. Nathan Christensen and I were married in the Oklahoma City temple on 13 October 2012, and have since fostered more than eighty-five children. We have adopted the six who stayed, and are totally and completely and helplessly in love with our family. Nathan writes musical theater, including "Broadcast" (a musical history of the radio) and an adaption of Lois Lowry's "The Giver". He served his mission in South Korea, has taught song-writing in New York City public schools, and worked as a theater critic for a Tucson newspaper. This is not an official Web site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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