The Words of Sun Myung Moon from 2012
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
Before the meeting True Parents cut the cake to celebrate the victory of the "Korean People's Rally To Support the True Parents of Heaven, Earth, and Humankind." The following are some of Father's words after Mrs. McDevitt read Father's speech.
"What day is it today? Yesterday, the rally was finished, and where do you think it started? Recently I talked about the God of Night and the God of Day, and are there two Gods? Which comes first? After the agony of the delivery of the twin, which one does mother give birth to first? If they know who is the elder and the younger brother, there would be a problem, but they don't know it."
"On page 13 of my speech, I am asking you what your life on earth, which is the second stage, would be like. I am asking you. The fallen people don't know there are three stages of life, and they never think of it."
"On page 14 I clearly mention the spirit world where we live eternally. The fallen people don't know the fact they are fallen ones and so they don't know the spirit world. Have you known the spirit world? You know now because I taught you there are three stages. The Bible says 'And there was evening, and there was morning--the first day.' Its meaning seems so vague, but nobody knows it implies the three stages of life in creation."
(Katsumi: Father often quotes these Biblical words as a very significant verse for him to understand God's creation.)
"Which comes first, man or woman? Is God man or woman? God is 남성격 주체 (Subject partner having the qualities of masculinity) in relation to the universe."
(When Shin Jun Nim came to greet True Parents)
"He is the center of the Unification Church. Why?
(Then Father explained using his left arm counting numbers but I couldn't understand it)
(Before Shin Jun Nim left the room, Father had asked him to kiss him saying:)
Do it right.
(Father drew vertical and horizontal lines on his face, and Shin Jun Nim slightly touched Father's lips with his.)
(Applause) We were united at the center of the cross, which is not two, but one point."