Just like our Father does

Everybody believes
Yet nobody is right
Everyone strives
Yet no one has a heart

 

Just like our Father does
Trusts as nobody trusts
Never questions never doubts
Just unconditionally loves

 

Gimmicky emotions
Basic-instinct relations
Carnage-wanting lives
Pretended desires

 

Live like our Father does
Trust as nobody trusts
Never question never doubt
Just unconditionally love

 

Days of broken promises
Every forgotten memories
All the long abandoned dreams
Each and every exploded bridge

 

Yet we are still here to dream
Yet we are still here to feel
Yet we are still here to care
Yet we are still here to dare

 

Just like our Father does
Trusts as nobody trusts
Never questions never doubts
Just unconditionally loves

 

Live like our Father does
Trust as nobody trusts
Never question never doubt
Just unconditionally love

 

 

Joshua Dragon

Why do you give up?

Why do you give up
When nothing stops
Everything embraces
To live in abundance

 

Why do you give up
When no one can stop
Since the good-hearted ones
Always come and elevate

 

Why do you give up
When God is not dead
Actually present
In the life if He is let

 

Why do you give up
When you are special
Unique and eternal
Full of potential

 

Why do you give up
When God loves
Through the whole creation
You are the one
Whom He wants
To make happy

 

 

Joshua Dragon

When the world falls onto your shoulders

When the world falls onto your shoulders

And there is nobody to help

You feel conflicted and alone

Neglected, abused

 

You would grasp some air to inhale

But just the scent of failures

Fills your lungs and mind

No escape day or night

 

There is no-one else to trust

You’ve betrayed yourself, too

More than enough

Now you really need a hug

 

Just look around

What you can see

Is not real

Just pretended fear

 

Since He is here

To support you

He is here

To elevate you

 

God is your friend in need

God is your parent in need

God answers you

When you’re in need

 

All the pains and sorrow

Just trials to make you whole

To get rid of the past’s

Haunting demons

 

It’s you who matters

And your actions speak

You decide Heaven or Hell

Where you want to live

 

 

Joshua Dragon

 

God never differentiates who to love

God is totally in for all those who are not loved and accepted by the masses, all the outcasts, misfits, for all the broken hearted ones and who were born behind the rainbow.

God loves us all.

God never differentiates who to love, who to care for.

We shouldn’t do either.

The world is full with counterfeit love, shadows in dim light. We all should strive for high noon, when there is no shadow cast in our life.

We, with our thoughts, words and deeds can be a bridge for each other.

God listens to us all.

 

JD

 

 

PS: click on this link for some music which portray these thoughts

 

 

What All Created Things Need Most

Love is what every existing thing in Heaven and Earth needs the most. It is true that the one love is most important in Heaven and True Love centering on men is most important in the human world.

In Christianity they talk about God’s love. They believe that Jesus is someone who showed God’s love to human beings. We know very well that if there is any love worth longing for in the human world, it is the love of Jesus. If there is some love worth longing for in Heaven, it is God’s love. Likewise, our hope is to connect with God’s and Jesus’ love. The problem is, what is that love like? The original purpose of creation was for the first human ancestors to live centered on God and to live by God’s eternal love. However, we learned through the Principle that due to the Fall, they could not build a relationship of love with God. Instead they built a relationship of love with the enemy Satan.

If we recognize that the center of life, ideals and value for all created things is the love of God, people who cannot experience the love, ideals and life of God do not have any relationship with Heaven. This is true even if they talk about love, life and ideals. Why is humanity living in such a miserable state? It is because they lost the life, love and ideals of God. We have to experience this deep in our minds.

If someone longs for God’s life, love and ideals, no matter how sorrowful he is, he has the hope of revival. Given that God works to save people who are disconnected to His love, life and ideals, what providence would He conduct? We have to understand that in His work God moves the heart which longs for the true life, the heart which is thirsty for love, and the heart which is deprived of ideals.

How much have you longed for the love, the life and the ideals of God in your mind? If you do not have such a heart, there is no way to find God’s love. If such a shock does not explode from your mind, you cannot connect to the life, love and ideals of God, no matter how abundant they are.

The Last Days are nearing. People say universally that the end of the world is coming. There is no one in this world you can cling to and say that he or she can satisfy the hunger of your mind and give you life. There is no one who can be the only one you longed for in your heart, the only one who can fill you. The same thing holds true even in the sphere of ideals. We have to build a relationship with God’s life, love and ideals. Otherwise, we can only conclude that in the Last Days of history we cannot become a person of true love, life and ideals.

 

 

The Toil of God As He Tries To Raise Up His Beloved Children
Reverend Sun Myung Moon
October 11, 1959

The standard of love that Jesus established

What did Jesus do to realize the value of such a cosmic life? He elevated love. In other words, he propagated new words of the gospel to complete the value of cosmic life in heaven and earth. The central point of that gospel was love.

What would be the most important thing for an individual to be able to connect his own private life to the standard of eternal value? As Jesus said, he must have such love that he can sacrifice his life for the sake of others. In fact, Jesus established the standard of value of life by loving others more than himself.

Similarly, Jesus, who appeared representing the value of heavenly life, taught humankind to possess such love that they can sacrifice their lives for the sake of others’ salvation. You must understand clearly that the man who appeared with such a loving heart, who loved his colleagues more than himself, who loved the world more than he loved his colleagues, and who loved God and the thousands upon thousands of saints more than he loved the world was Jesus Christ.

Jesus did not live with an individualistic ideology to find the value of his own individual life or with individualistic love. Even when he loved a friend, his love transcended the relationship of loving friendship. Jesus had the perspective that he loved the friend representing the world. He also loved that friend with the heart that represented God.

Likewise, Jesus did not practice love on a one-to-one basis. When Jesus loved a certain individual, it was with God’s love, with cosmic love, and then with individual love. You must be able to experience this. Only when you do so can you rightly comprehend the value of Jesus’ life.

Up to what level did Jesus raise the standard of his own life? He envisioned himself existing for the sake of the world. Even when he loved a friend of his, forsaking himself, he kept the perspective that he loved him for the sake of the world. This was Jesus’ standard.

Jesus could establish the standard of love of worldwide salvation on the cross because he had the heart of love and sacrifice with which he could die for the sake of an individual and for the whole simultaneously. You must know that Jesus was the hero of love, life and character. That was not all. Jesus then prayed toward Heaven, “My Father, if it is possible, may this cup be taken from me. Yet not as I will, but as You will.” (Matthew 26:39) Because Jesus wished to live only according to the will of the Father, he could demonstrate God’s love to humankind beyond the valley of death. Similarly, we must know that the entire course of Jesus’ life was filled with such remarkable love.

Next, what did Jesus Christ, who came with the mission to restore the cosmic life, raise to find the value of life? That, too, was love. This love was not meant for individual human beings but for the world, God and the eternal world — the spiritual beings who are in the spirit world.

In order for us, in our daily lives, to realize the value of the life of Jesus, who represented God’s love, we who must take responsibility for the restoration of the whole life must not deal with whichever matter we face with transient emotions. We must deal with all things with the resolution and determination that we will model ourselves after Jesus’ character, who represented the whole on the cosmic level. Only after we pass through such a day-to-day life can we complete the worldwide life and make a connection with eternal life.

In other words, if your day-to-day lives have a transient value that affects only you, you cannot make a connection with eternity. That is the reason you must lead a life in which you can make a connection with God’s eternal love. Only when you do that will the eternal God be with you. Because Jesus lived making daily connections with God throughout his life, though Jesus is dead, the Will of God, who wished it to be completed by Jesus, has been continuously carried on toward its completion.
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Jesus’ view of life for the sake of the restoration
Reverend Sun Myung Moon
January 6, 1957

The family is the place for training our hearts…

“The family is the place for training our hearts. Therefore, we have to love and live together with our brothers and sisters in schools and in the nation. Education from parents is education for the school, society and nation. Parents have to bequeath all emotional aspects to their children and successors. They have to lay the emotional foundation for their offspring by demonstrating how they should live in the family, in the society, and for the nation, just as how the parents have been living.” – Reverend Sun Myung Moon

The Kingdom Of Heaven Will Be Constructed On This Earth Centering On You

“If you become the person who can act in place of the ideology of the universal Kingdom of Heaven to unfold the movement of God’s love, life and truth, then the world of peace will be built on this earth. Therefore, your own parents are not the only parents, your own siblings are not the only siblings and your own children are not the only children. When you become the person who can regard all people as your parents, siblings and children, when you look upon the many people who are suffering in the world of death, you will not be able to relate with them without tears. When you look at your siblings or someone younger, you will feel a strong sense of responsibility to save them, and with tears you will make every effort to carry it out. If you truly become this kind of person, then the Kingdom of Heaven will be constructed on this earth centering on you.” – Reverend Sun Myung Moon

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