Blessing the African Queen

I had a fantastic dream last night.

My wife & I were in Africa for the Blessing of an African Queen. We stopped in at the Blessed Family Department office. A Japanese brother had volunteered to be matched with the African Queen. The BFD staff were helping him get dressed and coaching him on protocol.

While we were there the Queen came in and we were introduced to her. She was beautiful and graceful, around thirty years old.

The Queen came in when we came back to the BFD the next morning for breakfast. I had a chance to talk with her. I apologized that we Americans didn’t know how to act around royalty and bowed to her. She was gracious and unpretentious around us.

We left to get dressed for the ceremony. Thousands of members were in the hotel where the event was to take place. I met so many old friends in the hallways and the elevators. It was like gathering in Belvedere for a Church Holiday.

(Holy Rock on the grounds at Belvedere)

I even met members, couples, who were attending from the spirit world. I met one brother I knew who had suffered from a lifelong chronic illness. He had shrunk to half his original height.

We all went down to the ballroom to gather and wait for the main event. The Queen came in and sat in the back with her court and the groom. The Prime Minister of her country stood up addressing the gathering, and making announcements.

True Father entered the room behind the PM by descending a long stairway with his attendants. He stood quietly behind the PM. It was difficult to see Father back there but gradually, everyone in the room became aware that he was standing there.

Another leader interrupted the PM (who couldn’t see Father) and asked everyone to rise. Everyone offered a full bow to True Father.

~ The End

As a Peace-Loving Global Citizen, Rev Sun Myung Moon


About 1heartle

My passion and obsession is with books, reading, life-long learning, libraries, literacy and tutoring. A second passion is public speaking, teaching and powerful presentations. I am always experimenting with new teaching and training methods in an effort to find the most effective way to engage learners.
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