The thought “Cain was in pain!” came to me out of the blue the other day, so I took time to reflect on it. We know the story of Cain and Abel in Genesis; Cain killed Abel, the first murder and between brothers no less. Not a pretty story! So, if Cain was in pain … More Cain was in Pain!
As a Brit growing up in Scotland I was raised on tea, of course. We always had a pot of tea, not with teabags, the real loose tea leaves put directly in the pot: “One teaspoon per person and one for the pot” was the correct amount to use. You warmed the pot first while … More Tea
What is the purpose of religion? I recall as a child being told it meant to rebind (to God), or to bring back to God. That seemed to make sense since the religion I was familiar with, Protestant Christianity, was all about how sinful we were and how Jesus came to save us. We also … More What is the purpose of religion?
I had this experience several years ago but was recently reminded of it. It had been a difficult day. Instead of feeling warmth and love or even friendship towards the people I encountered, I was frustrated and basically tired of them. I felt ignored and rejected, that I had no way to communicate with them, … More An Experience of God’s Parental Heart
This book, Contemplating Unification Thought, was written by none other than myself. I’m a proud author! It was the first book I published. Well, published would be a bit of a stretch for the first edition. Let me tell the story. Unification Thought is the philosophical system based on the teachings of Reverend Sun Myung Moon. … More Publishing My First Book
What would you do if someone said “I want you to write my biography”? And not just anyone, this was Dr. David Sang Chul Kim, early follower of Father Moon, 36 Blessed Couple, first pioneer missionary to the West, one of the first missionaries to the United States, first president of Unification Theological Seminary (UTS), … More Writing a Biography of Dr. David S.C. Kim