Interconnected entity

Writing and etymology in Korean
聯 (연) [yeon] – join
體 (체) [che] – body, form, matter

Each person is like a living cell. Cells do not exist isolated and are not each busy doing their thing. On the contrary, cells join together to form a whole, a single unit. Cause and effect relate to each other and fulfill their purpose.

In the human body, the eye looks elementary, but in fact it is very complex. Each cell of the eye is also very complex. All the organs have a complex structure, but as part of a single organism, they do not fight each other. On the contrary, they are interconnected and act in unity with one another. No part of the body can declare that it only likes its hand and dislikes its eye. Each organ is in its rightful place, and each adapts to the limitations of its place by interacting with what is in front and behind, left and right, above and below. This is the only way it can function; there is no other way.

The universe must revolve around a single axis. And then the actions of giving and receiving naturally arise around this axis, like an electric circuit. In the same way, all the parts of the tree are involved in the actions of giving and receiving, with the trunk as the center. Because of this center, every cell, from the very tip of the central root to the apex bud at the top of the crown, is in continuous interaction with the other cells.

In the same way, relationships are built between people and nature, between peoples and between people and the Heavenly Parent.

The ideal world is a society based on organic relationships, the structure of which is much like the structure of the human organism. Realizing that the destruction of an individual will lead to the destruction of society as a whole, the latter will prevent the self-destructive actions of its members.

Everything must unite in true love. Only then will there be an interconnection between people, families, society, countries, the world, and the universe. We must achieve this with our strength.