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The Ten Demandments

 1) Love "LOVE", with everything you are; and more than anything else you could ever acquire!
 
 2) Do not create, worship or submit to any images as a substitute for the fullness and purity of "LOVE" Itself.

 3) Be not frivolous, or half-hearted when invoking "LOVE's" blessings.

 4) Allow yourself at least one day each week of gratitude for Life. And rest in, and Love, fervently, the unique Life, that "LOVE" has given you.

 5) Bestow "LOVE'S" respect upon your parents, and all elders, so that you too, after living many years, might receive as well, the wisdom, and the order & the necessity of that same Loving honor.

 6) Do not terminate, (beyond the need for self-defense), any other human life created by "LOVE".

 7) Be faithful to your commitments made in the name of "LOVE".

 8) Do not take what is clearly, (or even questionably), not yours as being an entitlement from "LOVE".

 9) In the name of "LOVE", let your voice & your heart speak only truth 
concerning your neighbor.

10) Lust not after the blessings that "LOVE" has seen fit to bestow upon others. But, be overwhelmingly thankful for your own blessings from "Love"- no matter how humble.

A Master also said, "Love everyone, especially yourself, with this same excellence and fervor."

 -Brian K. Johnson, Sr. (c 2013)
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Designs written by American, Southern New Jersey Poet, Brian K. Johnson, Sr. with visual interpretations by local artists hailing from the South Jersey area.
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To TeachTo Teach14 1/2" x 22" lightly glossed poster. To Teach... is an educator's inspirational sentiment. It is an in depth assessment of what it means to be called to the noble task of sharing the knowledge we've gained throughout life. Although designed with professional educators in mind, this work stands as a reminder to all of us that we, indeed, teach by all we do, or fail to do.
To TeachTo Teach

Copyright © 2012
 Brian K. Johnson, Sr. 
 Mays Landing, New Jersey BrianJohnsonPoetry@yahoo.com