Writing and etymology in Korean
제 [che] (sino-korean)

Man goes through stages of formation, growth, and completion. He lives in the water world in his mother’s womb, in the earthly world, and in the airy world in heaven. In other words, man passes through three stages: the aqueous stage in his mother’s womb, then the earthly stage when he is born and lives on earth for a hundred years, and the airy stage when he can fly.

When we grew up in our mother’s womb, we breathed through the navel. Moreover, through the navel, we received nutrients. The navel was also our mouth. The umbilical cord was attached to it, which connected us to our mother’s body. Therefore, we should not treat this part of the body with contempt.

When a person leaves his mother’s womb into the air world, the umbilical cord and the water membrane, thanks to which he lived in that inner world, must die. And what appears at the moment of their death? At Mother Earth, man is born. Here man lives, receiving all the elements through his mouth.

The person who breathes on earth with love is not dead, he is alive. When a fetus lives and breathes in its mother’s womb, it is already equipped with a “tube” that it will need in the future in the world of air. It lives this way, but here, the placenta, with which its navel is connected, is destroyed, the fetus dies and is born again on a new, high level. Now it is provided for already on this high level, it receives air. What does man develop after he leaves his mother’s womb? He will not breathe air, but love. He will receive the elements of love. You can’t just eat! Eating is simply part of the dying process. The body that lives and drinks is just a water bottle. That body is gradually dying.