Russell G. Robison


Russell G. Robison: KindredAre we not all spirits,
With kindred as our name?
Should we not then all entwine,
To make His special flame?

To form that perfect union,
That’s found when we are one.
It’s only when divided,
That we can be undone.

Still unity escapes us,
Yet the Book still says it true.
Whenever we are of one mind,
There is nothing we can’t do.

But I am too ambitious,
In just what I’d like to see.
Too much to ask, such union:
Or so it seems to me.