Writing and etymology in Korean
創造 (창조) [changjo] – create, to create
力 (력) [ryeok] – force

The Heavenly Parent created the Universe with His creativity and imparted creative abilities to humans. It was the capacity for creativity that later allowed humans to create science and art.

Art and creativity help man reproduce the lofty ideals embodied in the works of God. He has put His whole heart into the creation of people, and the world around Him-just as people of art are one hundred percent invested in their works.

Humans embody the creative aspect of God, moving forward with incredible scientific progress, but they still have not learned to love as how Heavenly Parent loves. That is why our world is still full of pain, bitterness, and heartache.

Creativity is meaningless if there is no emotional depth behind it. A great work of art must be able to touch the innermost depths of the human soul; it does not matter whether it was created in our time or a thousand years ago. If a painting can evoke such deep feelings, it is a masterpiece.

Without love, neither singing, nor dancing, nor art in general has any meaning. The essence of art is love.

Love has the capacity to create, so it cannot be exhausted. Love alone can bestow creative abilities, such as the gift of eloquence; without love, these abilities will not manifest themselves. All things work, prompted by the motivating force of love.

People should re-create the original creativity based on the Heart. The Heart should become the center of creativity. In other words, the motive for creativity should be love, and creativity should be based on true values. For example, a scientist must first be a person who has chosen the right system of values, and then a scientist. In other words, ethics should be the basis for the sciences.