Seven


칠 [chil] (Sino-Korean);
일곱 [ilgop] (Native-Korean)
七 (hanja)

Seven is the number of perfection. Why is it the number of perfection? Why was the creation of heaven and earth, which Christianity teaches, completed based on the number seven? The number seven is the sum of the heavenly (three) and earthly (four) numbers.

If we number all directions – top and bottom, right and left, front and rear – with numbers from 1 to 6, then the Creator, who is in the center, takes the position of 7. So, in guiding our daily life, the Heavenly Parent Himself takes the position of the invisible center.

In other words, when God is in the center of true love, in the position corresponding to the happy number “seven,” the whole Universe reaches equilibrium and comes into motion. This process of receiving and then giving generates a gigantic universal flux called “heavenly luck.

To reach the number seven is to create a family in which all members are bound together by true love. This family is the perfect sphere in which harmony and unity reign. From this point of view, there is a certain truth in the expression “lucky seven,” which we often use.