I’ll be the master of love

I’ll be the master of love

When I turn this shit into fertilizer

As I own it

What I have never asked for

And re-create

Our life from its ruins


I’ve never blamed you

Though it’s not mutual

As nothing seems ever was

But it’s only the pain talking


Now I’m free

Because I choose to be

And I choose to be grateful

For no reason

Now I’m free



Joshua Dragon

You’ve recreated me and made me whole

I thought, I’d lost you
But You’d found me
The swamp of my life
Emerged to a blooming meadow
Where You are the Creator
And I’m Your co-creator
Where we experience
Love and fun together
Where the highs and lows
Are equally shared

It was only a night
What I’d asked for
It was only a day
What I’d hoped for
Yet You gave me
A whole new life
With meaning and purpose
Love and care
Abundant joy
Truth and peacefulness
You’ve recreated me
And made me whole

You’ve recreated me
And made me whole


Thank you!




The real gift

As I Can See

When we deepen our relationship; deepen our eyes, hearts, minds, to see the great gifts that are subtle yet extremely powerful, we become more attuned. Often, the greatest gifts are subtle and not seen. Many external gifts are simply manifestations of internal thankfulness. But it is that internal heart that is the real gift, although we may not be able to “see” it.

(from the book: Cheon Hwa Dang – The House of Heaven’s Harmony)

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Lord, How Majestic is Your Name

As I Can See

Yahweh our Lord, how majestic is your name throughout the world! Whoever keeps singing of your majesty higher than the heavens,
even through the mouths of children, or of babes in arms, you make him a fortress, firm against your foes, to subdue the enemy and the rebel.
I look up at your heavens, shaped by your fingers, at the moon and the stars you set firm-
what are human beings that you spare a thought for them, or the child of Adam that you care for him?
Yet you have made him little less than a god, you have crowned him with glory and beauty,
made him lord of the works of your hands, put all things under his feet,
sheep and cattle, all of them, and even the wild beasts,
birds in the sky, fish in the sea, when he makes his way across the ocean.
Yahweh our…

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Love is

Love is when your mouth becomes unable to speak.
When as a writer you can not find more words.
Love is when your tummy is full without food.
When as a singer you are mute.
Love is when you close your eyes you can see.
When as a father you are a child again.
Love is when you laugh and cry at the same time.
When as a brother you yearn for your Brother like it would burn your heart.

Love is when you are one, nothing and everything.
When you are grateful like you never been before.



Blessing to Be a Blessing

As I Can See

The one who so freely provides seed for the sower and food to eat will provide you with ample store of seed for sowing and make the harvest of your uprightness a bigger one: you will be rich enough in every way for every kind of generosity that makes people thank God for what we have done.

2 Corinthians 9:10-11

Be Blessed and Be Blessings to Others!

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God Wishes to Bond with You as Father and Child

As I Can See

We have been calling God only conceptually. We call God, considering Him as only a subject figure in a religion. However, the reality is vastly different. God is the subject of your life and in fact, the subject of your daily life as well as the subject of your ideal. No matter how vast and expansive the subject of your ideal may be, you must be able to experience God as the substantive reality and to analyze Him through your heart in your daily life. If someone realizes the value of this ideal that is connected to God and brags that this ideal can never be exchanged for any valuables on earth, then they can be the one whom God has been seeking for.

The one thing that you should be grateful for is that God lets you call Him Father; and moreover, that God has been continuing to reach…

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