Love, life, and lineage

Writing and etymology in Korean
사랑, 생명, 혈통
[saran, senmyeong, heolthong]
愛, 生命, 血統
사랑 [saran] (native)
애 [ae] (sino-korean)
愛 (hanja)

생명 [senmyeong] (sino-korean)
生命 (hanja)

혈통 [heolthong] (sino-korean)
血統 (hanja)

Our Universe is based on love, life, and lineage. And we are the fruit of these three components. In each of us there is a center of love guarding our lives. Each of us has love, life and lineage. That’s why we need all three elements. They merge and give birth to a new person.

Love, life and lineage are the three elements in the creation of human beings by the Heavenly Parent.

God is the root of love, the root of life, and the root of lineage. God’s love, life and lineage must be one with the love, life and lineage of human beings.

Lineage is more valuable than life and more important than love. When united, life and love form a lineage. If there is no life or love, there will be no lineage. Among the three characteristics that define the parent-child relationship-love, life, and lineage-the lineage represents the fruit.

Without lineage, neither love nor life can be preserved. A person’s tradition of love is preserved only if his lineage is preserved. The life of the parents continues as long as their lineage continues. In other words, lineage is the first and last, necessary and sufficient condition for parents to gather the fruit of their love, the fruit of their life, the fruit of their lineage and the fruit of their happiness.