Dealing With Fallen Nature

Hyo Jin Moon May 21, 2006 Belvedere


Here are my notes from Hyo Jin nim's speech Sunday 21 May 2006. My writing speed and ability to convey what was actually said are limited. These at most convey some sense of what Hyo Jin nim said and are not a verbatim record.

Joe Kinney


All welcome Hyo Jin nim and everyone offers a 1/2 bow.


You're still (coming) here?


Today I want to share with you about dealing with fallen nature.


Where does God reside?


We talk about vertical and horizontal in Divine Principle.


So where does God reside?


(Audience member replies "in the center")


The center: You need to define the center to create a sphere.


What is the center?


That's where the fun begins because you have to talk about the extremes.


Left and right, up and down, front and back, all the extremes, relate to the center.


In the end we need a sphere.


Because I have to go to Korea soon, I'm trying to keep Korean time where day and night are opposite. So the reference point for the time of day is different.


When you see something and get inspired is there something there that causes this?


What is the difference? Something that is opposite.


Any time you have opposites you need a center. You can't have opposites without a center.


To even understand what opposites mean you need to have a center.


To understand the center you have to understand opposites.


Love and hate make for obsessions.


Even if I'm not here you still have to answer these same questions.


You could divorce me, but in the end you still have to face the maker just like me.


Finally in the end what you choose to think and what you act upon is up to you.


I know what the purpose of stuff is.


There is a purpose in all this stuff.


There is a similarity between a vacation and listening to preaching.


When you take a vacation you want to kind of relax and to be rejuvenated.