The video "the Warmth of Love, The 4 Seasons of Sophie Thomas" was written, produced and directed by Terry Jacks renowned artist/musician and producer. The title was chosen for the film because of Sophie's undying compassion for her fellow man and the love Sophie has for her Mother Earth - a gift from her Creator to be respected and looked after.
Terry Jacks' early years were spent completely entrenched in the music industry as a songwriter, record producer, and then a singer. As a result he shot to stardom, not only with The Poppy Family, who released the first international hits out of Vancouver ("Which Way You Goin' Billy?", "Where Evil Grows", and "That's Where I Went Wrong"), but even more so as a solo artist. His "Seasons In The Sun" sold over 12 million copies world-wide, making it one of the biggest selling singles of all time. Jacks and The Poppy Family have been the recipients of nine Canadian "Juno" and "Gold Leaf" awards with international sales totaling over 20 million records.
He continues his fight against the pulp and paper industry, the most toxic industry in North America - an industry that emits a thousand toxic compounds into our environment daily. He states, "The forest industry in British Columbia still practices 'clear-cut' logging methods and continues to use our irreplaceable old-growth forests for its throw-away paper products."