Spherical relationship model

Writing and etymology in Korean
구형관계의 표본
[guhyeong-gwangyeui pyobon]
球形關係의 標本
球形 (구형) [guhyeong] – spherical
關係 (관계) [gwangye] – relationship
標本 (표본) [pyobon] – model

When two beginnings become one, a center is always formed. The force that forms the central point is the force of love. What type and level is this love? It is devoid of egoism, it is self giving love. So, love arose initially for the sake of others, and not for the sake of oneself.

Spherical movement always has the force of love as its center. Wherever love is at the center of a relationship, spherical movement occurs. It is like a ball: from whatever angle you look at it, the center is the same. The center of the ball is not marked by any visible point, but we know that there is a center, and that any diameter from any point on the surface passes through this center.

When patent and child, husband and wife, elder and younger brothers become one in a loving relationship, a sphere is formed. The length of the lines, the size of the sections – everything is the same, since they all have the same center. The center of the sphere is always the same. No matter how huge the circle is, the center is always the same. Planet Earth is great, the Universe is huge, but there is one center. Why? Above and below, right and left, front and behind – relationships are formed in all directions, but they all converge at a central point. In this way they merge into one.

In the relationship between parents and children, the central point is true love. In the relationship between husband and wife, true love is also the center. If love is even slightly biased towards a woman or towards a man, this love is not true. Love should be strictly at the center. The amount of love from both the husband and the wife must be the same for a center to be formed. One-sided love is not true. The relationship between top and bottom, right and left, front and back must have an unchanging, eternal center. For a family to have a spherical shape, the center must be constant. The center of the relationship between father and child should coincide with the center of the relationship between husband and wife, as well as brothers and sisters.