Water

As I Can See

Where to put you
embodiment
of the Holy

How to be able
to accept
your love

When changes
you bring
change everything

I can see God
in your depth
and myself
on the surface

How long has it been
floods and drought
teach

Why unable
is everyone
to understand

How much heart
was and will be
invested

I can see God
in your depth
and myself
on the surface


Joshua Dragon

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Become a Person Who Can Have Public Dominion Over All Things

As I Can See

You must become people who can manage all things in a public manner. How do you handle the situation if all grains of rice in the world organize a demonstration against you because you eat a bowl of rice without any appreciation or gratitude? If they all stand up to hold a general strike, with the motto that none of them will go into the mouth of any human beings, what is going to happen? Have you ever thought about something like this? Of course, grains of rice are a part of vegetation; they are sadly not able to act like that. But if they can do that, what are you going to do with them?

This is why, when you eat a bowl of rice, you should know the real value of the rice. You should ask the rice, “Whose mouth would you like to go in? What kind…

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Love of Nature (1)

As I Can See

The Nature is our second self.

It always should be, in every tiny details in our lives. The interconnected, vividly living creatures can be our greatest teachers. Even insects and glaciers, salmons and nesting birds show us more maturity, more wisdom, than most of the times we do.

We cannot live in a brochure, cleanness does not mean to have nicely polished, empty furniture, filtered air and bottled water. The healthy, enriching way of life is for the others, with no expectations to receive anything back, when the joy of others gives us happiness.

Our resonance with the Nature, our harmony is our health, our balance, our thoughts, our mind and heart.

Love of Nature - 1

Love of Nature - 2

Love of Nature - 3

Find the inner self in the Nature. It leads you to tranquility. A silence, what is full of warmth and love. From there, you will be able to find the path towards Heaven.

JD

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Seasons of life

As I Can See

Every period of our life is like a season, we all need the winter as the Nature does, and we all need the summer heat, the fragrance of spring, and the harvest after we sow and cared our life and the people around us.
When we are soaking wet in a sudden storm, it is just the time to be grateful, for being alive: water is life, in every format.
Foolish to be desperate, foolish to be sad, since this roots in selfishness.
God is the very being, who can still keep his vision of an ideal world with all of us in an ideal, joyful, actively happy state.
If we know this idea, if we want and try to know it, we will experience the hope and joy of our Heavenly Father.

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Water

Where to put you
embodiment
of the Holy

How to be able
to accept
your love

When changes
you bring
change everything

I can see God
in your depth
and myself
on the surface

How long has it been
floods and drought
teach

Why unable
is everyone
to understand

How much heart
was and will be
invested

I can see God
in your depth
and myself
on the surface

 
Joshua Dragon

The Unity of the Spirit World

Most people in society do not know with certainty about the original world where we go after life in this world. They do not know whether there is life after death, or even whether God exists. Eventually, everyone goes to the spirit world. It turns out that the spirit world is a single realm. It is not divided into many countries, as is the physical world. Then, what is it like in the spirit world? We can compare it with the water that serves as the environment for fish. Water is an absolute condition for the fish to live. That doesn’t mean, however, that a fish will spend its entire life in one place. A fish that lives in fresh water cannot spawn if it remains in its river. It has to leave the fresh water and come into contact with salt water in order to lay its eggs. It thus passes through two worlds. In the same way, our mind, part of spirit world, and body, part of the physical world, must be interconnected.

At the beginning of human history, a realm of global unity should have formed in honor of Adam’s birthday, the anniversary of his holy marriage and the anniversary of his death. Then humanity could have united as one people by our sharing in the commemoration of those days. Instead of dividing, humanity could have lived in a single realm. If this had happened, then Adam and Eve’s way of life would have passed down through human history. The culture formed would have endured as long as human beings continued to exist.

Understanding Life and Death
Reverend Sun Myung Moon
December 18, 1998

Love of Nature (1)

The Nature is our second self.

It always should be, in every tiny details in our lives. The interconnected, vividly living creatures can be our greatest teachers. Even insects and glaciers, salmons and nesting birds show us more maturity, more wisdom, than most of the times we do.

We cannot live in a brochure, cleanness does not mean to have nicely polished, empty furniture, filtered air and bottled water. The healthy, enriching way of life is for the others, with no expectations to receive anything back, when the joy of others gives us happiness.

Our resonance with the Nature, our harmony is our health, our balance, our thoughts, our mind and heart.

Love of Nature - 1

Love of Nature - 2

Love of Nature - 3

Find the inner self in the Nature. It leads you to tranquility. A silence, what is full of warmth and love. From there, you will be able to find the path towards Heaven.

JD

Become a Person Who Can Have Public Dominion Over All Things

You must become people who can manage all things in a public manner. How do you handle the situation if all grains of rice in the world organize a demonstration against you because you eat a bowl of rice without any appreciation or gratitude? If they all stand up to hold a general strike, with the motto that none of them will go into the mouth of any human beings, what is going to happen? Have you ever thought about something like this? Of course, grains of rice are a part of vegetation; they are sadly not able to act like that. But if they can do that, what are you going to do with them?

This is why, when you eat a bowl of rice, you should know the real value of the rice. You should ask the rice, “Whose mouth would you like to go in? What kind of person would you like to become a part of his bone, flesh and energy? Then, what would you want to leave behind in the world of goodness?” You should eat your meals while thinking about this. Do you think grains of rice want to be eaten by evil people? Every grain of rice wishes to be eaten by good people. In other words, all things wish to be a part of a public person.

The air that you breathe is the same. If the air proclaims to have a general strike to stop providing human beings for a short five minutes, the entire world population must obey its demand. Therefore, if God decides to force mankind to obey Him, it could be done using the air as His tool. He could suck out all air from the earth to create a vacuum condition for one, two, three, or five minutes, and the people of the world would surrender. The air is such a precious thing to all of you. You hear people are saying that we must not pollute the air in urban areas. Of course, we must not pollute air. Your health will be affected if we don’t clean the air. The same is true for water surrounding us. As you see, all created things are public goods.

The sun is the source of our life and has also unlimited value. We enjoy the privilege of sunlight, of this valuable sun, without paying anything in return. Have you ever seen a person who prepares money to purchase sunlight before going out? Or have you seen a person who actually paid even a penny for the sunlight he received. If the sunlight is limited, do you buy the sunlight or not? Even if you have to give your own life, you will buy it. Water, air and sunlight are not your private property. You must not think of nature and things as your own possessions.

What kind of person does God prefer? He prefers a person who has a personal philosophy of public management of nature (all things) from the public position. All things of creation also prefer such a person. This is the Heavenly logic and Heavenly law.

Therefore, once you start to live such a public life path, you will never perish. You must manage all things publicly, deal with other people from a public position, and attend Heaven with a public attitude.

Once people who manage all things, publicly, come together and get married and form families, there will be a new world and new race of humanity centered on such families. So you must be such a person who lives this kind of public life.

Laws of Public Management
Reverend Sun Myung Moon
June 4, 1970

Seasons of life

Every period of our life is like a season, we all need the winter as the Nature does, and we all need the summer heat, the fragrance of spring, and the harvest after we sow and cared our life and the people around us.
When we are soaking wet in a sudden storm, it is just the time to be grateful, for being alive: water is life, in every format.
Foolish to be desperate, foolish to be sad, since this roots in selfishness.
God is the very being, who can still keep his vision of an ideal world with all of us in an ideal, joyful, actively happy state.
If we know this idea, if we want and try to know it, we will experience the hope and joy of our Heavenly Father.

Salt and the Lake

One old and wise monk accepted a young monk as his disciple.

This disciple, however, constantly complained about anything and everything.

One morning the old monk called his disciple and told him to bring a handful of salt. He had the disciple to pour the salt into a cup of water and drink the water. The disciple put a scowl on his face and drank the water.

The old monk asked: “How was it?”

“It tasted salty.” replied the disciple in a somewhat angry voice.

The old monk then told his disciple to bring another handful of salt and took him to the lake. He grasped his disciple’s hand which had the salt, placed his hand into the lake and stirred the waters.

A while later the old monk scooped a cup of water from the lake and had his disciple drink it.

“How was it?”

“It was refreshing.”

“Did it taste salty?”

“No…”

The old monk explained: the pain we experience in life is like untainted salt. The extent of its saltiness, however, differs depending on the container. If you find yourself in pain, stop being like a cup and instead strive to be like a lake

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