To Be Useful
I have no more tears
when I think of you
I’ve a friend all blue
It’s not so bad, have cheer
Joyful perfect love
The fun you bring to me
Wrench me not from Him
To fall from clouds on trucks.
Where your mind lingers, I knoweth not
But you have found my heart
You have put it in your threads
So we are not apart.
Joy is in relationships
True Parents’ transparent realm
In Jesus’ name redeemed from sin
Complete with love, behold!
truth is freedom
discipline ~ strength
origin foundation purpose
This is a ‘Cover to Cover’ article. It’s actually my take on the Introduction of the Divine Principle. I am having some problems with my computer, recently. I couldn’t bring myself to type out an article of the Intro to the Divine Principle so my technical problems served as a legitimate excuse to delay my work. I have been painfully mulling over a good delivery of the text for a few days. The Introduction itself is self-explanatory and very beautiful to read.
After ripping my mind apart for the best way to share the Intro with you, I decided to give it heart-to-heart with a poem. My reflection on being useful to God started with an obvious answer, that we become responsible men and women who can create His Royal Family on earth as it is in Heaven! Yet the human life is not entirely in the love-making phase. Of course, there is childhood, and the time when we are not mating.
I came to the conclusion that we are most useful to God when we are filled with joy. The act of sex is usually seen as the Fall but scientifically and from God’s untainted perspective, it is the most holy and miraculous love. Jesus and True Parents are the structure of God’s truth, not of your sins. The redemption of sin and the establishment of the restored Adam and Eve has now been fulfilled in True Parents. Sex, ideally, brings the most joy to God. People perverted love at its core with Satan and he owns you unless you choose to serve God and attend His perfect love with your life.
Update on Feb. 14, 2020: Click here to watch the accompanying video.
Exposition of the Divine Principle. Canonized by Rev. Dr. Sun Myung Moon. HSA-UWC. 4 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036. 1996.