The original status of human beings


The original status of human beings
July 28, 2012
Hoon Dok Hae
Cheon Jeong Gung (HC 6.10)

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 the Sermon of the Rev. Moon volume 54, titled “Path of Restoration.”

“People know the fall of Adam and Eve but don’t know the original status of human beings.”

“My birthday is Jan. 6 but that must be adjusted to the number 13, adding 7 days.”

“Without understanding the portions of responsibility in Adam’s family, you can’t correctly clarify situations centering on the principle.”

“Even when they studied 원리해설 (‘Explanation of the Principle’ written in 1957), they didn’t understand that there are portions of responsibility. Have you thought of the ‘portion of responsibility’? Historical, providential and cosmic responsibility.”

“I didn’t like my name ‘Yong Myung.’ Who gave such a difficult name?”

Note:

Following is an extra note by Katsumi Kambashi concerning the Heavenly Calendar

Regarding the names of the months in the heavenly calendar, it says in Korean

1 월, 2 월, 3 월, 4 월, 5 월, 6 월, 7 월, 8 월, 9 월, 10 월, 11 월, 12 월.

월 (Wol) means ‘month’ and its Chinese character is 月. If I spell the numbers in Korea, it is 일월, 이월, 삼월, 사월, 오월, 유월(not 육월), 칠월, 팔월, 구월, 시월 (not 십월), 십일월, 십이월

I remember this year we have 13 months and we had the month 3 월 twice. But I don’t know the rules regarding which month we have twice when we have 13 months a year.

If it is the ninth day of the sixth month by the heavenly calendar in the 3rd year of Cheongi, in Korean it is

천기 3년 6월 9일 (Cheongi Samnyeon Yoowol Gooil)

년 (nyeon) means “year.” 일 (il) means ‘day.’

Our Foundation Day is

천기 4년 1월 13일 (Cheongi Sanyeon Ilwol Shibsamil)