Truth is My Sword, Volume II
by Bo Hi Pak
2. Voice of Freedom
Utah Street Center, Arlington, Virginia
September 5, 1966
Dr. Pak returns to America after 19 historical days in Korea. He shares Father's heart toward the American members and reports about the programs and expansion of the Korean movement. He puts forth a profound new definition of the word "messiah" and talks about the need for modern heroes.
There was a great novel and movie called "Gone with the Wind." I think that to most of the Korean brothers and sisters, Bo Hi Pak seems like a man who is gone with the wind. He suddenly appears and suddenly disappears. I went to Korea August 12, telling no one, except I wrote a confidential letter to our Leader that I was coming. I did not want anyone to meet me at the airport. But a group of Little Angels was at the airport to see Ambassador Yang. When they suddenly saw my face, they said, oh my, wondering whether I was real or a ghost or something. It was a very funny situation. Some of the children burst into tears. Our Leader hadn't even told President Eu that I was coming, so no one expected me to be in Korea.
First of all, before I report what happened in Korea, I would like to convey that our True Parents and the brothers and sisters in Korea are sending their fervent love and good wishes to our beloved Miss Kim. To them, Miss Kim is a model of our Divine Principle movement. Everybody asked me about her and how she is doing. Our Leader asked many questions, which I answered. And most of your names were mentioned by our Leader. For example, he asked, how is it going with Mike, I cannot forget his laughter, his big mouth. The next thing our Leader asked was how is his appetite. So I said, his mouth is still big and his appetite is still strong, both spiritually and physically.
Then he recalled many unforgettable memories, and he particularly asked me to convey his warmest love and concern for the pioneering work that has been done by Jim and Mary who, by his direct instructions, moved over 3,000 miles and initiated the structure of Unified Family. Our Leader especially sent his best wishes and love for both Jim and Mary. He remembered practically every one of you. He mentioned Ann, how is Ann, he said. Herb, Myrtle, and Barbara and Diane. His pronunciation is very like Japanese. He asked me how much they changed. He also asked me how much taller did Barbara get. I said, she is 10 feet taller spiritually than he had seen last time.
I particularly directed his interest to the New York family. I told him that the New York center is the spearhead of the United States movement, and I told him that momentum is going to be created in New York and spread to every center throughout the country. Philip Burley he vividly remembered, and he really has high regard and praise for our brother Philip's works. Not only in New York but throughout the Divine Principle life.
All in all, I only stayed in Korea for 19 days. This trip was nothing but a miracle to me. As you know, I do not believe in miracles in terms of the 20th century. I do not believe in miracles like a person walking on water. I do not expect anybody to hit a rock and bring forth fresh water. This is not my concept of my messiah. If anybody tells me that here is a man who can walk on water, here is a man who can change a cane into a snake or bring a dead body from the tomb alive, and tells me that I must accept him as the messiah, I would shake my head like this. Because the messiah I believe in, the Lord I believe in, does not come under that definition.
Yet the Bible says Jesus walked on the water. He changed water into wine. I believe it. I do believe it. If God is willing, that could happen. But today in the modern century, God does not need to perform that type of miracle because He has given us knowledge and willpower that have developed miracles 1,000 times greater than Jesus performed 20 centuries ago. For example, astronauts have gone to the moon. This is a calculated miracle. Mankind has developed our God-given wisdom so that now we can travel to the moon.
Two thousand years ago walking on water a few feet deep was a great thing. But today mankind has conquered the ocean. We can tap the depths of the ocean, and we can stay submerged for many months if we want to. Well, 2,000 years ago the lame walked. Today, modern medical science has developed so much that they can even change the human heart. An artificial heart can replace the human heart in the living body of man. This is really a much greater miracle than what Jesus performed. In that sense, the coming messiah of the 20th century does not come as a person who only demonstrates walking on the water and flying in the sky and changing water into wine.
Changing Death to Life
My definition of the messiah is this. The greatest creation of all is man and woman, and the messiah is coming to change the greatest creation from death to life. We need the messiah to ignite my heart and bring me from death to life, from Satan to God. This is the revolution for which the messiah is coming to the modern world. This is the messiah we need in the 20th century-one who comes with the truth and ignites and changes my heart and remolds and remakes this creature into a living being, an incorruptible and eternal being.
Therefore, during my trip to Korea I was not trying to find out how many lame people can now walk. I was seeking where true life is, where the change of heart is, how much this movement has progressed. This is my standard and judgment. I was deeply impressed and inspired by the progress they have made, by the struggle to which they are committed and dedicated. I have seen the birth of many heroes in the modern sense of hero, not in the sense of Napoleon or Alexander the Great. Here in America you have many modern heroes. The other day I read an editorial in the Times about modern heroism. No matter how modern we may be, we need heroes. John Glenn is one modern hero. Captain Scott Carpenter, who was just awarded the Medal of Honor, is another modern hero. In this sense our movement is producing modern heroes of Korea in areas that nobody can duplicate.
To go into more detail, let me say that our movement in Korea is moving from the preparatory stage into a higher stage. In other words, the long period under persecution is over. The incubation stage is over. Now our movement is on the verge of making a great impact, politically, economically, and socially. As you know, our movement never aimed at any political goal. Seeking a seat in the National Assembly is not the goal. Here in America, seeking a seat in the Senate will never be our goal. But, you know, when Kennedy was contending with Nixon in the presidential race, that he was raised Catholic was one of the most contested elements in the election. Why is that? Because whenever a big group moves, whether you like it or not, whether you accept it or not, there is always a political impact.
In Korea, it will never be our intention to get politically involved. Politics is the last thing we talk about. But knowing that our strength goes beyond the incubation stage, beyond a certain level, is truly amazing. If not a political impact, practically speaking, what kind of impact are we making? What kind of social and economic impact is this movement going to make?
Let me make a guess. Today we are engaged in a war. Whether you like it or not, we are at war. Brother Gordon just mentioned we are in a perpetual struggle against tyranny and communism, against Satan. More specifically, the two forces contending today in the world are the God-denying ideology and the God-accepting ideology. You might term one capitalism and one socialism. But I don't want to look at the world that way. I am more philosophical. We see there are two elements-those who put material as god, communism, and those God-fearing nations, such as America. Two distinct ideologies now contend. As Gordon pointed out just a few minutes ago, today's Washington Post clearly mentioned that Red China has now openly declared that there is war against any relation of the capitalists. China is the base of the world revolution that is working to remove all the capitalist nations from the face of the earth.
Today fighting communism is everybody's business. Every American's business, every Korean's business. It is not only the worry of President Johnson. It is his business as well as the small grocery owner's business. Then, those whose ideology or group or movement can make a tangible and visible impact with a solution for this world have to be recognized.
Today, who has the answer to communism? Everybody knows the problem exists but not many really know the answer exists. In Korea I have seen that the Divine Principle movement is giving that answer to the public, to the government. In other words, it is a new ideology that is not negative, not anti-communist. In many cases, far right-wing movements are working toward the destruction of the enemy, communists, but they do not have any blueprint for afterwards. This cannot last long. Only a positive answer can go further, to the end, to the goal.
As you know, the Divine Principle does not talk much about communism. We don't have to talk about communism. We talk about kingdom building. We talk about the eventual and original world that God intended.
Once that world is established, there is no room for communism anywhere. In other words, we are more interested in the construction of the new world than the destruction of anything. In the process, this evil power will be eliminated. In this respect, our movement is now making great headway in Korea.
Teachers here and there are asking us to speak in universities, in colleges, in churches. Many ministers have joined the movement and speak out for the Divine Principle. A few years ago when Miss Kim and I were in Korea, we really had a cold reception. But today the churches are asking for speakers for the youth and are rolling out the red carpet. In many cases they send a truck for all the equipment and a car for the instructors.
As you know, the Republic of Korea is the foremost country in determination to stand against communism. Korea is destined to fight. It has not learned how to compromise. That has been the attitude of Korea. While I was in the Korean army, my division was the 9th ROK Division, known as the White Horse Division. I was one of the founders of that division, the 20th regiment, and fought in the White Horse Mountain campaign where that division earned such a world-famous name. Now we have sent them off to Vietnam by ship. Their morale was so high when the whole division departed for Vietnam. The Korean strength in Vietnam today is 35,000, second to that of the United States. But actually, per capita, Korea has sent more manpower than the United States. You have 180 million people here and have sent, I think, 400,000 to Vietnam. Korea only has 20 million people, but we sent 45,000 men already.
We Koreans do not know how to compromise. Even though diplomatic relations have been normalized between Korea and Japan, we do not yet feel friendly. Not because of old feelings, but only because of Japan's lukewarm attitude toward communism. Japan wants to get dollars from Red China. They are even dealing with North Korea. A few weeks ago they tried to use a North Korean technician to rebuild some Republic of Korea factories. The whole country of South Korea rebelled against that, and Japan was really condemned. We do not want a factory under those conditions. We would rather sit and starve than accept a communist technician.
But Korea, even though it stands firmly against communism, has ideological confusion and must have a positive ideology. The whole nation must understand, so they can readily fight against communism. Right now the Divine Principle, this movement, is providing this ideology.
Bright Shining Faces
When I lived in Korea we had one church and one worship service. Today Seoul church has divided into three different sections. They can no longer meet in one auditorium but have three different ones. They asked me to speak to the congregation. All right, you can't go around to three different places, so let everybody come here. Everybody gathered, but only one-third of the group could fit in the church. The rest of the people were standing outside. So they opened all the windows and, without a microphone, I really had a hard time to speak. Most of the faces were brand-new faces whom I had never seen before. And most of the faces were young. This is wonderful. They were young and their eyes were shining like the evening star, staring at me. I thought their eyesight was so strong it might make a hole in my face. They were so eager to hear something new, what's going on, some new vision from the international scene. That is what they wanted to hear. They were so eager to hear about the U.S. movement.
They have great love for all of you. Their eyes tell it. I really repented and was ashamed that we didn't do a little better to respond to their expectation. You know, don't ever think we are a minority. Don't ever think we are a small group. All of spirit world is with us, and in addition, you have so many brothers and sisters who are ready to live and die together with you.
The second impact is a social impact. We teach that man is more than just a body. Man is spirit, and that spirit will never die. Here is another point. Our true strength is not merely convincing some converts that the coming world exists and we will live in that world. If this is the only impact we are making, how are we different from other churches? How are we different from other religious institutions? Our difference is that in order to obtain this immortality of the undying spirit, we have got to be perfect. We have got to live a good life here on earth while we have flesh to be ready for the next life. So our focus, our interest, is based on you, you, you, and you and your welfare. In other words, we have a keen interest in the social problems of today. We have a keen interest that people not be hungry. We have a keen interest that people not be illiterate. We have a keen interest in each individual's welfare.
In other words, our movement is not only speaking, but our movement is acting. There is one example I can share with you. Here is a copy of the Korean-English newspaper, the Korean Herald, and it is reported here, "Six Jungju Teachers Shining Shoes on Seoul Streets." This is a long article, the second in a series, and pictures appear. Miss Kim knows Mr. Chong Yu Pak, who is the Divine Principle area leader. We have a district leader, and the district is divided into areas. He was assigned as one area leader four years ago. He is teaching the Divine Principle, and his heart was so touched by the bright youngsters in that area who do not have the opportunity to be educated. They cannot go to school because of economic pressures. Education is not compulsory in Korea. Parents have to pay for it. So Mr. Pak started a school.
Do you know how he started? Since there was no building to use to teach, he gathered the young people on a mountain slope and began to teach these young students who cannot go to high school. The villagers thought he was doing something awful. And instead of cooperating, they gave him real persecution. They kicked him out of the village. Then Mr. Pak almost went crazy. He was half out of his mind. He returned to the mountain slopes and began teaching the pine trees every day. At first people laughed. But a few weeks later, people just wept that Mr. Pak had so much love for their children. They said, he thinks that his students are still there, though there is nothing but pine trees; he keeps striking his blackboard and is trying to teach.
Then the villagers began changing. And they said, how awful we are that we cannot accept what he can do for our own young people. They held a meeting and decided unanimously that Mr. Pak must be accepted in the village. They provided the utmost care so he can do his work. So he started his school with the cooperation of the villagers.
After four years, this school -- not heated, not air-conditioned, with no chairs like this, but with old carpet and boxes as desks-produced 500 bright young students. Among them some are applying for the university entrance tests. A high percentage of students from his school have scholarships because of their bright records. In the summertime Mr. Pak and six teachers decided they would all become shoeshine boys in Seoul City to make money to establish a scholarship fund so some of the bright students can go to college. This is the meaning of the headline, "Six Jungju Teachers Shining Shoes on Seoul Streets." These college-graduate teachers go out with shoeshine boxes and shine shoes for Seoul City.
While I was there it had been going on for one month, the month of August. It was a beautiful topic of interest, a moving topic among Seoul citizens. And when CARE in New York heard about this school, they went to that scene and took pictures and offered some financial help. Mr. Pak replied saying, we do not want your money or help at this time. We want to be ready to really appreciate and digest your financial system. Until that time, let us work toward that goal without your help. The CARE official said, I have been here for 10 years to help people, but you are the first one to reject our aid.
This newspaper article was read by President Park of the Republic of Korea. He was so moved that he sent his own official to investigate this school. He wanted to find out what Mr. Pak is actually doing. The president was very moved by the report that came back, and he called the six teachers to his mansion and gave each one a medal. So Mr. Pak became a hero of Korean youth, a symbol of the independent Korean youth. And he clearly stated in a radio interview that his spiritual commitment and dedication comes from the Divine Principle. And it was not the first time. It was the second time. I mentioned the other day, before I went to Korea, that Mr. Han In Su was given a patriotic award by the president on inauguration day.
Heroes for God
We need modern heroes. There is a vast area where those who gather in this room can work. In a sense we are already committed to the road, whether you like it or not, to becoming heroes, both men and women. Not for the glory. Not for the praise. But for the glory of God and True Parents.
The primary purpose of my trip was to organize Radio of Free Asia. This had been my baby, really. I conceived this idea, developed it, and finally the time came that it should be started. This is a great charity and one of the biggest anti-communist projects that everybody can agree with. How much hardship, how many difficulties I went through, you have no idea. President Johnson announced that open communication with Red China must be accomplished. This is a key to peace in Asia. So actually, Radio of Free Asia is exactly what he is trying to do. But the world is not ready to move, no matter how good that idea is. It is such a simple idea that can be praised and accepted by all freedom-loving Americans and world citizens. But I had so much difficulty to go through. How much more difficulty we will face to spread the Divine Principle. The Principle is contrary to the world of people just enjoying their daily physical pleasures. In other words, this gives me an idea how difficult a task we are committed to.
Anyway, on August 9, I left America for Korea along with Ambassador Yang. The situation was precarious. At that time, the Radio of Free Asia project was virtually dying because of opposition. We could think of no other way to survive except for one last hope to go to Korea. We thought, let us do our last mission to see the president of Korea and try to get government support. That decision was not made in a simple way. It was not a happy trip by any means. I was really suffering.
We flew over to Korea. It was a really hard trip. I had only one thing to say to Heavenly Father: "I just leave everything up to you. Do whatever you want." I just kept saying that throughout the many hours of the flight. I couldn't sleep.
We arrived in Korea August 12. Our original arrival date was August 15, which is Independence and Liberation Day from Japanese rule, which is a very meaningful day. But we arrived August 12, and at this time the project had virtually died. We had three more days left. You know how I felt. We faced a negative U.S. Embassy, a negative Korean government, and these three days were a Saturday, Sunday, and Monday (the 15th is a holiday, too, so there were three holidays in a row). No government agency really worked. But a miracle occurred. Under adverse conditions, we won the complete support of the Korean government. I thought it would be wonderful if we could have some kind of agreement on the 15th of August. I never expected more than that. But on August 15 at 11:00 p.m. the voice of Radio of Free Asia was on the air.
It was a miracle. I learned that a mighty work, a miracle, will never come true until you use your last drop of blood. At 11:00 p.m. on August 15, I was lying in a hotel bed, relaxing only because I was sick. I had collapsed. Then I heard the voice of Radio of Free Asia through the powerful radio station in Seoul, 500,000 watts beamed over the entire Korean peninsula and the next day to the entire mainland of China. I cried. It was unprecedented.
Voice of Freedom
I will show you something here. This is a news report from Saigon of the Radio of Free Asia Korean-language team strategy meeting. At first, there are two languages. Soon we are going to add Vietnamese. There was publicity. First of all, the New York Times said the U.S.-backed radio opened in Korea. Broadcasting Magazine said International Radio of Free Asia started in Korea. The Korean Herald wrote an editorial calling it a "voice of freedom." Beautiful. Just wonderful. Radio of Free Asia is a torch of freedom. It is on the air using KGF facilities. Radio of Free Asia is a voice of hope for many. These are some of the English newspaper reports. Saigon suggested a site for our RFA broadcasting in the future. An editorial in one of the most popular Korean papers praised the creation of Radio of Free Asia.
I thought, my mission is done. I can relax a few days and I can go back to the United States. But it was too sweet a dream for me. That never happened. As soon as Radio of Free Asia was on the air, our Leader called me and said, Bo Hi Pak, do you think you came to Korea just to start Radio of Free Asia? No. To me this is very insignificant, this is very minor. Our Father said, I am pushing this project for two purposes. One, this will become instrumental in fighting against communism in Asia. There is no question about it. It is going to be a project known around the world and recognized as a very effective weapon in fighting against communism in Asia. And it was started by this man who taught the Divine Principle. And he said, second, through pioneering this project, I can elevate my bargaining power with the U.S. government and the Korean government as the man in the role of midwife and founder of this project. They have got to look at me from a different angle. They have got to deal with me this time. And Father was right. I was really a VIP this time in Korea. The prime minister gave a party. The president gave a reception. All levels of the Korean government and businessmen were there, and I could deal with them one to one. When the movement grows, our healing power must grow, too. This is of prime importance.
Anyway, then our Leader told me, you have one other mission. You must do it right now. Actually, I don't know how I should say it. Shortly before my arrival in Korea our Leader had instructed one of his disciples to bring me home. In other words, the order for me to come back to Korea was written in a letter, ready to send. There were certain things that our Leader thought I might have a solution for. Then he received my letter that I was coming. So he thought, already spirit world communicated. He already received the order.
Anyway, our movement in Korea today is involved in a vast expansion. We have manpower ready, and we have experience ready. And we have all systems and an organization ready. But we would like to move along with the material development, too. In other words, restoration of the things of creation. We not only need spiritual power, we not only need experience, we not only need instructors who can teach, but we also need the financial strength to push things forward. This is why we are engaged in many, many important projects. We built many factories. Our brothers and sisters are really working day and night.
Tears Just Come
At one factory I was invited to see I was really in tears looking at their serious faces. They work from 6:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m., then wash their body, eat supper, and go to bed at midnight. The next morning at 6:00 they come right back to that space. But their faces have an expression of joy and satisfaction. They express sacrifice and service. When I see their faces, I cannot help it, tears just come.
The world in which we live is not that honest. Whether it is in Korea, Japan, or here in America, the present system does not accept our genuine motivation. You know what I am trying to say. Therefore, in many cases we are innocent victims. You know what I mean. We are innocent victims of unreasonable authority. Intolerable things happen in many instances. There is much undeserved suffering going on because we are innocent victims of the present system of society, which we have to deal with. One area involves red tape. We need things to be done now. But red tape is involved, and that puts it off. The bureaucrats say, oh, a few months later doesn't matter; we won't get it done until next year. In the meantime, earnest intention suffers and dies. This time, I really felt that we are not only strong within the movement, but we must be strong in dealing with the society in which we live. You know what I mean.
So, this second thing our Leader asked me to fulfill was totally beyond my knowledge and beyond my ability. So again, the only thing I can expect is a miracle. And I tell you, it happened. When I came in yesterday and sat down in the chair, tears just came out of my eyes, from thinking over the last 19 days-how I lived and how I struggled and what I have accomplished. I am so deeply grateful to Father. I am so deeply gratified that I had been used as an intermediary to contribute to the overall movement. I had the feeling that I am grateful and I am ready to go on in any manner and in any place.
I learned another thing. My life seems to be not mine. Of course, I have had this feeling for a long time, but I was reassured of it. I seem to have no freedom. A long time ago all I wanted to be was a good farmer. I was a graduate of an agriculture school. I wanted to be an exemplary farmer in my village. I raised hogs and chickens in a way that no villagers had done before, a more scientific way so as to really make a profit. I started new crops. I loved hogs as much as I loved anything. Really, they were like my babies. I hugged them and kissed them. All these dozens of hogs were my hope of everything. I had so many dreams, that, oh, when this hog gets bigger I can get so much and I can increase my farm. I will have another dozen hogs and another dozen cows. This was my dream.
You know what happened one day? A hog became ill. Then one after the other they were dying. It was just like taking off one of my arms, then the other arm, next the legs. I had never tasted that much sadness. I was so sorry for the hogs and was really weeping with them. But when the last one was dying, I wasn't sad anymore. I was really mad and became crazy. I hit that hog with a club. I don't know what made me do it. I was all broken up. Then I knew that this was teaching me that God doesn't want me to be a farmer. I knew that. I learned the lesson.
Then I became a soldier. I was the most ambitious soldier in the military academy in Korea. And I was most determined to become a good soldier. I had four years of training and a degree as an engineer ahead of me. What good luck. This was going to be my life. Then what happened? Just 25 days after entering the military academy, the Korean War broke out. Three days later, two-thirds of my classmates had all died in the field. But I still never gave up the ambition to become a great soldier. I went to infantry school, and I really worked hard and graduated with honors. I had the hope that someday I would become a general or a chief of staff. I still had that ambition.
Then I learned that was not my destiny either. I ended my military career as a lieutenant colonel. All the dreams I started with and look what I became. But I don't care. I don't care what I am going to be. Because one thing is solid and sure: I am going without hesitation toward the destiny where God is leading me. I still have a great problem to worry about. But just as I faced such drastic and critical problems in the past, all I do is face it with a bold, risky idea, that Father is with me. I know I no longer can be a good Divine Principle teacher. I don't think I can teach the Divine Principle anymore. I may not be a good public speaker, but one thing helps me. After so many years in the movement, I have done away with doubt.
In the beginning I am sure many of you will share this feeling. The first day, the first year, and second year, and even after the third year of the Divine Principle, there are high moments. You're on cloud nine, you feel you are flying around in the sky. But there are also dark moments. There are always unsure moments. Yes. This is the cycle. Now, I have one reason to be grateful. As the years go by, after commitment to this life, I know one thing: No matter what and under any circumstances, no one can plant doubt in my mind. Nobody. Sometimes, yes, I allow my body to be idle, to stray away. This is in a way my confession. I do many unreasonable things that usually I wouldn't do. I am not claiming a complete sense of sainthood, so to speak. I think I am the last one to live the life of a saint. Yes, I am a sinner. I am a dirty sinner.
But I have no moment when I lose confidence and nobody can put doubt in my mind. That is one thing I can assure my Father. Father, just forget about me. You don't have to worry about me.
When I come back here and see the face of each member of our family, it is really an overwhelming joy. I know how much our Leader expects us to live up to the Principle. I know how much he really wants us to be the salt of this world and how much he wants us to share his vision so that we can be life to this world. I do know how deeply and how desperately he is asking every one of us to live up to the Principle. And after seeing him, I know he is coming. But his coming may not be as near as we thought. The reason is that so much is happening every day in Korea, and there is nothing that can be done without him. Really, his decisions are paramount. This is the only reason his departure is being delayed. In other words, this is the end of the seventh year after 1960, the consummation of a particular period. He has a certain providence in his mind to complete before the end of this year. His mind is working around the clock.
Model for World Restoration
On the other hand, the United States is a model of the world restoration because the United States was created and designed so that all people can live in one society as one family, like a melting pot. Here in the United States we have both extremes. One is such a bright hope to bring the paradise and living kingdom here on earth. The Great Society that the United States is headed for is nothing more than a messianic project, isn't it?
Brother Jim one time told me about a joke in Time magazine. President and Mrs. Johnson were walking around the Potomac River and President Johnson said to his wife, "Is there any press around?" "No, I don't think there is any press around." "Shall I walk on the water then?" This implies what he is trying to do, what his project is trying to do. It is nothing but a messianic job. The poverty program, welfare, and Medicare, all these things are idealistic things. On the other hand, he has left so many open doors that there is an unclosable gap. The youth problems, crime problems, mental problems, those who shoot 30 people from a university tower. This sort of thing is unthinkable. In other words, the two extremes are right here in America.
We have all the structures and systems and everything is working, but the core is missing. The truth is missing, the spirit that unites God and man and unites fellow man, that inspires duty to God and man. No brotherhood can be viable unless Fatherhood comes first. This is why our Unified Family motto is "The Fatherhood of God and the Brotherhood of Man."
This must come first. But there are problems. Segregation, for example. As one senator plainly explained, we cannot write the law saying that white, yellow, and Negro races must eat together in one restaurant. We cannot write that type of law. This comes from love between men and disregard of color. The Fatherhood of God and brotherhood of man are central to America and the axis of the world. This is what we are spreading today. We cannot ask that Congress enact any more laws. More laws complicate our lives. As for crime, we cannot expect demonstrations at the White House to bring any more result.
A quiet, calm, but real revolution must ignite the individual heart by the truth of God. We are a small group of people. In Korea today, there are thousands and thousands of members. But when Miss Kim was in Korea, the Korean movement was exactly this one-room meeting. This is no more than a one-room meeting and do not think that could only happen in Korea and not in America. The value of the individual sitting in this room is as great as the entire cosmos. Miss Kim said last night we are breathing the cosmos. Wonderful phrase, isn't it? Breathing the cosmos and communicating with the cosmos. We are cosmic beings.
Let us stand up and spearhead this group of people. We are painting the history of mankind. Thank you very much.
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