Articles written by Frank Dragon

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  • My World Came Crashing Down

    Frank Dragon|Updated Jan 27, 2023

    When you stand to pray, if you have anything against anyone, forgive him. Then your Father in heaven will forgive your sins also. If you do not forgive them their sins, your Father in heaven will not forgive your sins. Mark 11:25 NLV The telephone rang. It was four in the morning. The voice at the other end said that my father had been lost in the mine. They were checking the hospital to see if he might have gotten sick and been taken there. At six, the phone rang again with...

  • Child of Sorrow, Man of Comfort

    Frank Dragon|Updated Jul 15, 2017

    My father taught me strong moral values and personal responsibility. He taught me honesty and trust. He taught me to be compassionate and respect all life. He also taught me the value of education. He loved sports and taught me how to play and enjoy sports. He also taught me to have fun and to laugh. But above all else, my dad taught me the meaning of love. The kicker was that I was 17 years old when my father was killed in a mining accident in Campbell River in January 1979....

  • Fear not: this too shall pass

    Frank Dragon|Updated May 12, 2017

    I just wanted to offer my condolences to the families that are going through the tragic losses felt across North America. My love, thoughts and prayers to everyone from Mowachaht/Muchalaht to Ahousaht. And to also to the people of Uclulathaht and the recent loss also in the past couple of days, to my dear friends Vi and Bob Mundy. Please know I am thinking of my extended family and the families of the four tragically taken away from us. And want to offer a few words if I may....

  • Being Honest with Ourselves

    Frank Dragon|Updated May 12, 2017

    I have spent a lot of time recently thinking about honesty and I still struggle because even within the past day, there is still a degree of a lack of honesty. And discernment through reading someone is a gift but it's also a hindrance and then one wonders why there is no trust when through discernment it's obvious there is no honesty and then a lack of trust follows. Honesty is a huge part of self-improvement and overcoming delusional thinking. If we aren't honest with...