It is difficult to live a life in this world
Sun Myung Moon
July 1, 2011
Hoon Dok Hae
Cheon Hwa Gung in Las Vegas on 6.1 by the H.C.
Note: These notes are taken from a Peace TV video clip. They cannot be published as definitive texts and should never be used in the future as an “official” publication of True Father’s words. However, they do provide a good idea of the “spirit” of the message. — Rev. Katsumi Kambashi
There were less than 10 participants at the meeting. Mrs. McDevitt read Father’s speech from page 248 of his speech book # 5, titled “Watershed of Good and Evil.”
After the reading Father told Rev. Yang to report to him. “We have been preparing the UPF conference in Nigeria as scheduled. From July 20, we will have another Original Divine Principle workshop at South Point Hotel and we sent an official memo that the Bung Bong Wang and the National Messiahs who did not participate last time and all national leaders are supposed to participate at this workshop especially at this starting point of the era after the coming of heaven.
“Father said, “It is difficult to live a life in this world. You have to be ready enough to go to the spirit world. When one dies, that is never the end of their life, and their siblings on earth must help them preparing an unforgettable funeral and so on. When the deceased one can feel their families’ pain towards them, they can change their heart. “You have to understand that God, who has the authority of seeing through the future, always prepares the path for our descendants without our notice, and so you also have to be able to expand your vertical and horizontal foundation quickly, trying to be in accordance with God’s preparation.”
“There is Bek Rok Dam (a pond on the top of Hal la mountain in Jejudo). You cannot find in any other place the relationship of husband and wife that the mountain symbolizes. 40 years ago I bought Jiguido (Jigui island, small island close to Jejudo) since I felt I had to buy it. When you see Halla mountain from the island, it looks like a Queen who died and lay herself down.
If I can make a town there where 30,000 people can live, we can lead Russia, China, and Africa. I am talking about this for the first time.”
“Here we have Jeong Ok Yu (Rev. Yu who gives the Original Divine Principle lecture). The Yu tribe is quite revolutionary in blood. There was Sang Yeol Yoo, who was one of the leaders of the March First Independence Movement (1919), who was imprisoned but escaped to Russia, and we do not know what happened to him afterwards. He is the uncle of Hyo Won Eu. (the first president of the Unification Church in Korea)”.
“I have been raising the Washington Times for almost 30 years but I have been there only 13 times. Why (only 13 times)? The CIA would say, ‘Why does not Rev. Moon come to the company that is vital in his work in the US, to receive a report every day?”