Buyunde Acura Sylivester
Philosophy of HIS MAJESTY!
He who occupies the right hand side of,
He who's left hand side is occupied,
By Him, the before named,
Sent the latter,
Who is the son,
And the other, the father.
In one, there exist three,
The father, son and the holy spirit,
In three, there's only one,
A word spoken by one,
Is a word spoken by all,
And is the only righteous word.
The father creat,
The son teach,
The Holy spirit fill.
But work done by one,
Is work done by three,
The immense Trinity of Holiest!
Out of the Decalogue,
His majesty made a Holy trilogy,
The first is to SERVE GOD YOUR LORD, THE CREATOR!
WITH ALL YOUR MIGHT AND HEART.
The second is to RESPECT YOU EARTHLY PARENTS,
IN ALL CIRCUMSTANCES GIVEN.
The third is to LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOUR,
AS YOU LOVE YOURSELF.
And that's the Philosophy of His Majesty!
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