MAY ALL CELEBRATE!written by millions of years in creations.From the garden; nature is the only kindalluding is fine but isn't it!this bed of ripenessselected from heart's vines.on the table; our platform of lovenot the gooey chewy thinebut the considerate and refinefeeding that hunger we all allude to...the breath of lifesucculent divinelove the reality in which we all knowmuch like the taste of bread.forward to a place of sharingfaring foods is what counts most in caringit is the real sense of creationleaves all our senses flaring!most of all at our counter spacesare the counts of glowing facesas in this picture i see; ahhhhhhh, my friend Piero with "glee"This song of men's voices in three or more partunaccompanied, of a type popular centuryfrom 1700 - 1811; the englightement erawhere Joseph F. Smith wrote in Gospel Doctrine to dare ya!Let Joseph's beliefs shines onLet his convictions be acceptedLet it inspired us to be and live among earth's creature harmoniously!Let's for the coming holidays; may ALL can celebrate life!
1805-1844 -- Life of Joseph Smith, founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints, better known as the Mormons. Smith wrote in his History of the Church that he "exhorted the brethren not to kill a serpent, bird, or an animal of any kind unless it became necessary in order to preserve ourselves from hunger." A later Mormon church president, Joseph F. Smith, wrote in Gospel Doctrine that, "I do not believe any man should kill animals or birds unless he needs them for food. I think it is wicked for men to thirst in their souls to kill almost everything which possesses animal life."