Mansei for the Ssang Hab jubilee years
Sun Myung Moon
February 6, 2008
What is this year’s motto? It is “Mansei for the Ssang Hab (combined) jubilee years, the 7th and 8th years of Cheon Il Guk based on the Universal Peace Federation.”
What this means is connecting the disconnection between 7 and 8, and that between 8 and 9. The concept Ssang Hab was first proclaimed on May 5 in the fourth year of Cheon Il Guk. The establishment of values cannot be done by the man alone. God cannot become the owner of the value system on His own. A partner is needed. A good fruit can be produced only when the two are in an environment that allows them to have give and take action. What use is there in being alone? You have to have a partner.
I’ve sponsored the ICUS [International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences] nineteen times but was unable to reveal the details of that value system. It wasn’t the right time. Academic circles affirm relative values. Relative values cannot produce value on their own. What good is it for God to be absolute if He is alone?
You exist because you correlate with an object partner. If you do not follow the laws of existence you disappear. Do not be arrogant. To be arrogant means to disregard your partner. You should not try to stand in an absolute position while ignoring your partner.
I’m saying that both the young and old in the Unification Church should be ready to go through hardships. People have a conscience. They know what is right and wrong.
Anybody who lives for his own sake will be restrained. The doors will be opened to those who live for the sake of others.
What you have to do after joining the church is harmonize with people. You have to live for the sake of others. Those who witness to a lot of people become round in character. People should teach others while they learn new things on their own.
Shin-joon nim enters the room and winks to the participants. True Father asks two people to sing. Shin-joon nim also sings. True Mother and True Father also sings several songs. Hoon Dok Hae concludes at around 7:50 a.m.