Raise your right arm
Sun Myung Moon
October 17, 2011
Hoon Dok Hae
Cheon Jeong Gung at Chung Pyung on 9.21 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
Mrs. McDevitt read Father’s speech from his speech book #31, titled “Be United and Pray.”
“Raise your right arm. For what does it exist? This is a serious issue. Raise your left arm. For what does it exist? It should exist for your family, tribe, nation and the world. The term ‘indemnity’ can’t take place even after millions of years pass unless one’s arm exists centering on God.”
“In the natural world, the weak species have lots of eggs without fail so that at least one or two of them will survive, and therefore they will not disappear. We are entering the period when humans must protect and also can raise those eggs and then we wouldn’t have a food problem.”
Dr. Peter Kim made a report. He said we need to use the same words that Father uses, who has been upgrading some of the words in his speech and also those of the secular world. The following are the words Dr. Kim mentioned.
Before: Seunghwa Shik Seunghwa Ceremony
Now: Seonghwa Ye Shik Seonghwa Ceremony
Father uses now Seonghwa instead of Seunghwa in his speech and both are Father’s coined terms. Seunghwa is supposed to hold within three days after one dies, and Father says one must have Seonghwa from the time of conception. Please notice that he uses this new term yet with the previous context in the speech.
Korean: Giwon Jeol
Meaning: Foundation Day
Chinese Character was ___
Chinese Character was: ___
Chinese Character was: ___
___ and ___ are Father’s coined terms uniquely using Chinese characters. The pronunciation are the same with the previous ones but by changing the Chinese characters, Father redefined those terms in a more principled way. Dr. Kim said ___ which has the new Chinese characters for ‘Foundation Day,’ has a much deeper and authentic image than the previous one. Regarding ___ and ___ please read the following explanations Father gave recently.
Hwa (change) of?? Jinhwa (evolution) should be hwa (harmony). It is not ___ but ___!. (Those who use ___ are) Crazy people! The principle doesn’t change but creates harmony, and so it should be ___. Likewise, Moonhwa (culture) should be Moonhwa. In our life, we eat with chopsticks and spoons, go to the bathroom, die and leave offspring, which are fundamental and are never changed. The spirit comes first, not materials. The words I used by age 17, at which Adam and Eve fell, are all based on the principle, which don’t change in all four directions, east, west, south and north. How precious the words that were created while communicating with God are.” (9.17 by the H.C. / Oct. 13, 2011)
“In the world of creation, if one can’t be the subject partner, they must follow others and live for them. By giving their food and aid to their subject partners, they need to protect their way to go. That is the way for them to survive. The needy existence must adjust themselves to their subject partners in order to survive and that is the way how the cosmos exists. Therefore, (in writing in Chinese character Jinhwa (evolution), it shouldn’t be ___ (which implies ‘to evolve and change’). The world of creation is that of harmony and so it should be ___ (which implies ‘to evolve in harmony’). The word ___ can’t continue to exist, and it should be harmonious to exist too. (Regarding writing in Chinese character Moonhwa (culture) We must change ___ (which implies ‘changing culture’) to ___ (which implies ‘culture in harmony.’)
Every and each existence has its partner to exist. When the right eye has a problem, the left eye works more to help. Likewise, man and woman are different but they help each other. Don’t use the Chinese character hwa (harmony) without any thought. I will challenge you when you do so.” (9.21 by the H.C. / Oct. 17, 2011)