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Hi there 👋

  • 🔭 I’m currently working on Gods Purpose for Mankind
  • 🌱 I’m currently learning Advanced React Spring Physics
  • 👯 I’m looking to collaborate on FaunaDB
  • 🤔 I’m looking for someone to have discussions about God.
  • 💬 Ask me about Gatsby, React, Jekyll, Node, React Spring. Netlify or SEO, Anything!
  • 📫 How to reach me:
  • 😄 Pronouns: Holy Spirit, Old Hippie, God Lover
  • 😄 Two Gatsby v4.2.0 Starters Basic Instructions and Dimension V4
  • Fun fact: Work For God Full Time since the beginning of time.

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You can always see what I've been up to at

Gods Purpose for Mankind at

Visual Studio Code GatsbyJS React GraphQL Node.js React Spring GitHub


  1. Gatsby Starter, Gatsby v4.4.0. A Template. Built with Theme UI, Uses Dark Mode with Elastic Luna search including image search


  2. Forked from codebushi/gatsby-starter-dimension-codebushi

    Gatsby.js V4 starter template based on Dimension by HTML5 UP. Check out for more Gatsby starters and templates.

    SCSS 1 1

  3. Human Instruction Manual Featuring Gods plan for mankind and mans job responsibilities within the verse. Creation of All in this verse is detailed.


  4. Donald Boulton Personal Portfolio Featuring Gatsby Version 4.3.0. One Page Landing Page for Donald Boulton, Linking my other sites and


  5. TypeScript

  6. To Publish Logic, Topics on Creation, God, Logic, Law and Internet Programming with Gatsby

    TypeScript 1

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January 2022

Created 2 repositories

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