(Spring 1999) Oh, I am so HAPPY to finally get this one down on paper! :) I wrote it during my "genesis" mission days, where all of my piano solos have that syncopated, Jim Brickman-ish feel to them. This one is special, though, because of how the meaning has changed for me over the years. When it was written it was dedicated to Gordon B. Hinckley, whose biography we had just watched at a district meeting. As it stuck in my head and was performed back in the states, "fans" associated it with Joseph Smith and requested it as a tribute to him. But it now is reverenced for my favorite prophet, Spencer W. Kimball, whose Teachings is the second-most read book in our house (after the scriptures). He and all the prophets before and after are truly oracles of God, and I'm so pleased to have this arrangement to pay homage to them all.