People who have eyes but are blind
Sun Myung Moon
February 10, 2008
Ahn Shi Il
Translation of notes taken by the Unification Church History Committee
Mrs. Wonju McDevitt reads chapter three from the Pyeonghwa Hoongyeong.
To the World CARP leaders and members that day True Father emphasized the importance of maintaining a principled standard and to lead a life that can be a model and example recognized by all of heaven and earth.
True Father described those who solely seek material and pleasure as people who have eyes but are blind; who have a nose but cannot smell; and who have ears but are deaf. He warned that anybody who lives in disregard of the source of such principles cannot lead a wholesome life. True Father emphasized that those who come from the Core and move in alignment towards the direction and goal of heaven and earth can lead a victorious life.
Father underscored the importance of the Pyeonghwa Hoongyeong saying that it was something that people should believe in even after they go to the world in heaven.
Mr. Dong Moon Joo from the Washington Times talked about True Parents projects in South America and how Father was working right now to promote reconciliation and peace between North and South America. He also touched upon True Father’s effort in bringing peace between the two Koreas and the United States of America.