The Words of Sun Myung Moon from 2011

If I die without leaving my speeches, everything will be gone

Sun Myung Moon
December 13, 2011
Hoon Dok Hae
Cheon Jeong Gung on 11.19 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

"This time I visited Dokdo and Ulleungdo, and it took only 20 minutes from Dokdo to Ulleungdo. A very short distance. If an air station and a place for goods are built between the two islands, Japan and Korea, Korea and China, China and Russia, and Russia and Europe could be connected. Air stations can't be made at Dokdo, and Ulleungdo is a disappointing place which I would like to kick out. Those who have common sense, if they visit there once, they will never visit there again. I visited Ulleungdo this time, and is that all? (I would rather think) Jejudo (Jeju island) which can be connected to Ulleungdo, China and Russia which can be connected to Jejudo, The US which can be connected to China and Russia, and the US and heaven and earth."

"There was a missionary at Ulleungdo. (Asking Ms. McDevitt) Who is that? (Dr. Seuk asked, 'Our church leader?') No, I mean the person who had been a Christian missionary and joined our church.

('Sister Nam Rae Kim.') I heard she had been buried there. She should have been buried at her hometown. The tomb of my great-uncle*Yun Guk in Wonjoo is a representative tomb. He died in misery and I don't want to make him more miserable. One needs such descendants."

"If I die without leaving my speeches, everything will be gone."


* Yun Guk Moon (Jan. 30, 1877 -- Jan. 2, 1958): True Father's great-uncle, a Christian minister and a graduate from Pyeong Yang Theological Seminary, who was the president of the North Pyeong Yang chapter of the March 1st movement in 1919.

During his two-year imprisonment after the revolt, he contributed 70,000 Yen to the provisional Korean government that was set up in Shanghai, China during Japanese's annexation of Korea, and that brought tremendous financial difficulties to the Moon family. He didn't tell anybody for what he had used the money, which eventually isolated him from the family including True Father as a young man.

He knew English and Chinese philosophy, and was a close friend of Syngman Rhee, who later became the first president of the Republic of Korea. He was also involved in the establishment of Osan school which turned out many patriots under Japanese dominion.

After the Korean liberation from Japan, he, after having rejected the offer for a chief post from the president Syngman Rhee, taught Chinese philosophy to his disciples without revealing his past, and died alone in a foreign land.

He appeared in the dream of Mr. Yong Gi Moon (True Father's younger cousin) in 1970, through which the location of his tomb and his final days came to be known, and later Father transferred his body to Wonjoo. 

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