The Democratic And Communist Worlds – Hoon Dok Hae at Cheon Jeong Gung

The Democratic And Communist Worlds – Hoon Dok Hae at Cheon Jeong Gung

Sun Myung Moon
August 21, 2007
FFWPU International
Translation of notes taken by the UC History Compilation Committee

Mrs. Wonju McDevitt reads chapters 5, 6, and 7 of the Pyunghwa Hoongyeong.
Summary of Father’s words:

If the democratic and communist worlds wish to go beyond their border lines, they must rise to the forefront of Korea’s science and technology centering on me.

Chapter 6 of the Pyunghwa Hoongyeong deals with an important theme. The people at Sikorsky HQ said that it (building a helicopter factory in Korea) was absolutely impossible. They were completely against the idea. Yet, I held that ‘Sacred Reign of Peace’ rally though it was pouring but still thinking of blue skies.

I was not able to tell the truth to my own mother and father. It was because I could save my family only after I saved the enemy world.

Alone God is unable to find the absolute values. The absolute values can never be found without a woman. It is automatically achieved when a woman gives birth to children.

You have to invest and forget that you invested in order to find the nation and world; otherwise you cannot create a foundation that allows you to live in heaven.

I created the Abel UN and the Pyunghwa Hoongyeong; everything is done now. The Pyunghwa Hoongyeong is your ticket to heaven.

I heard that in Manchuria 300 people were burned to death in a midst of a battle among the people who all insisted that they were right. That was when I motivated to discover God. When I was in Japan I did not study. I delved into the Bible. I know it like the back of my hand.

Some youths from a church [Lee Shipiro] went to Afghanistan and were caught taking pictures by the Soviet Army and, unfortunately, were killed. If any of their photos had remained it would have turned the world upside down.

I did not try to meet my children in the day for fear that they would call out to me saying “Dad!” I prayed for them after midnight when they were asleep. As they grew they began to seek me.

That which flows is valuable. Water flows; it flows through the capillary vessels and goes up. There is a limit to what air and sunlight can do.

[Hoon Dok Hae concludes at around 8:30 a.m.]