The Unification Church should do well economically

The Unification Church should do well economically

Sun Myung Moon and Peter Kim
November 30, 2011 but in 2007 directory
Ahn Shi Il
FFWPU International
Translation of notes taken by the Unification Church History Compilation Committee

Summary of Father’s words:

From now the Unification Church should do well in economic matters.

It’s about time for the constructions of our hotel in Yeosu to be completed.

All word is out about the EXPO in Yeosu. Do you think the government can take responsibility for that? We have to quickly do the preparations. The more time it takes the more expenses will be needed.

In love people will be together forever. To long for someone means that you want to be with that person completely.

True love is where we should be forever; that’s why you must be connected in true love. What you received from the source you must offer back to heaven. To do so you must have a fruit that you can offer back to heaven. That’s why you need to know love.

Some people don’t read the Cheon Seong Gyeong. Yet, you must all refer to it. It’s connected to the Pyeonghwa Hoongyeong and the Family Pledge.

Those who do not live for others will not have a place to stay.

What is the baby’s umbilical cord for? It’s connected with the nose and mouth of the baby. Although a fetus may be in the womb it still needs sunlight.

The sexual organ of a perfected woman never came to being because of the fall.

Where did people emerge from? People emerged from their grandmother and mother’s body. Men alone are nothing.

Men are the epitome of individualism. Where did women come from? Women are like the flesh; men are like bones.

In the fallen world men are all thieves; they try to take advantage of everything.

Men are the ones who say to women that they fell in love.

Among the members from the Unification Church who say that they love the principle there are some who still are like thieves in heart.

I am frugal when it comes to eating. Some say that I enjoy fruits but that is not true. What I like most are the fruits from my hometown.

There are times when I forget the names of the people I meet every day on a regular basis.

When I match people I find that my hands move before I think.

I know there is an unlimited supply of resources in the ocean.

When I leave I make sure I have everything in place before I go.

From now Hoon Dok Hae will not last past eight, then seven, then 5:20 a.m.

We’ve completed the education for almost 80% of the government officials and parliament members. Don’t think I’m in retirement.

Wherever I go I can lay a foundation enabling me to be self-sufficient in just three months.

Now the Ocean EXPO has been announced; I’m the one who opened the doors for that.

If we could have done that fifty years ago the world would already been ours.

Now is the time to have my children take up this work.

Tomorrow Hyung Jin will be inducted as the pastor of Headquarters Church.

From now we should focus on education, its’ not about getting involved in politics.

Hyo Jin is speaking at Belvedere on Sunday every week. He knows how to move people. He knows about music. He’s also graduated from UTS and could be a minister. He knows how to make friends in new places.

Summary of Rev. Peter Kim’s testimony:

I first began attending True Parents’ family when I was assigned to take care of Hyo-jin nim in the 1970s. It’s been a long time since then.

In May this year, True Parents had a health check-up three days before they leaving for Korea. There was a doctor called Hu Geun Jeon who was a specialist in cancer and who worked at the New York Medical School. Father told Dr. Jeon to have a look at me. I felt abashed as I always prided myself for my health. The next day I underwent an inspection. On the day that I was to leave for Korea, Dr. Jeon called me and informed me that they discovered a 2 cm tumor on the top of my right lung. After arriving in Korea I underwent operations at the Samsung Medical Center. I didn’t think much about the tumor even when I was about to get the operation. Only later was I informed by the surgeon that the tumor could have been fatal if it was discovered later. Currently I am going through rehabilitation.

I am truly grateful to God and True Parents who once again saved my life.

[Hoon Dok Hae concludes at around 8:50 a.m. with a prayer by Rev. Chong Kwan Yoo.]