Why are they doing it? Perhaps the answer comes from the strong faith they've developed, pioneering the gospel in French Polynesia. Perhaps their culture and language help, with age-old expressions like, "Haere noa!" — "Keep on going!" and "A rohi!" — "Ever onward!" And for this trip at least, some strength must come from generations of climbing their own tropical hill, dubbed "Comorah," back on the island of Tahaa, where their ward chapel was built more than 35 years ago.

via Lei-laden Tahitians travel 14,000 miles to see the Hill Cumorah Pageant | Mormon Times.

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