Writing and etymology in Korean
完 (완) – complete, whole
全 (전) – intact, undamaged

Man unconsciously strives for the infinite perfection of his personality because his subject is the Heavenly Parent, whose personality is infinite and perfect.

Why, throughout history, human beings need self-perfection through moral foundations, ethics, and religion? Why do we need to abide by all these things? We feel there is something wrong with us, and we want to return to our original position by standing before the Creator.

Human perfection, that is, the attainment of the ideal of the highest love, is only possible if we take responsibility for love. This responsibility means that we must be grateful to God for giving us the freedom to love, and we must truly own this freedom through self-discipline and self-denial. We are responsible to love, not because we obey laws or public opinion. On the contrary, we take this responsibility based on the self-control and autonomy that is rooted in a living relationship with the Heavenly Parent.

We need to take full responsibility. Irresponsibility absolutely rules out perfection. It depends on us whether we achieve perfection or not. Our success or failure in life depends on us.

If people grew up enough to fulfill their share of responsibility, they would achieve perfection. People would have perfected the love of the Heavenly Parent. On that basis, He wanted to endow them with the ability to embody the ideal of love that would help them perfect His love. How valuable such people should have become!

Man has a soul and a body. Above our soul is spirit, and above our spirit is Heavenly Parent. This means that we can reach perfection if we are completely united with the Creator. Although one person is small and insignificant, he represents all history and all future relationships and therefore has universal value.

The goal of our way is to attain personal perfection and find infinite love and, with it, infinite happiness.