Writing and etymology in Korean

춘 [chun] (sino-korean)

Spring is the time when new life sprouts. No one can stop spring from coming.

In spring, we see the beauty of the Universe, looking at the beautiful flowers and breathing in their fragrance, admiring the butterflies and bees flying here and there. These creations show us the love of the Heavenly Parent and His infinite value. We feel connected to all; when a bird chirps, it asks us to feed it or find its companion.

Spring is loved by all. Young people, especially teenagers, look forward to it. The love that lurks within them, desires this season. With spring comes a natural, instinctive longing for something inaccessible and yet untouched. Unlike young people, older people perceive spring with a sense of responsibility. For them, spring is a time of remembrance of past accomplishments, of family, of children, of all that has left a good mark in their hearts, a time of reevaluation of the past life.

Spring can proudly say that it is the season that brings rebirth to all living things. And it does, it gives new life and renewal to everything. It is a time of active work and movement, not inactivity.

Spring, by its nature, is gentle, feminine and very romantic. But try to put a little adventure into it, and it is certain to respond. Sometimes in the spring we take a nap, but it’s much better if there is incentive and inspiration.

When spring comes, in the rays of the sun, the buds on the dry branches of trees begin to blossom. Our original soul behaves similarly: in a calm and free environment, it will naturally lead us to the Creator.

To meet the new spring, we must form a character that allows our life to merge with the spring, to dissolve completely in it. In this case we can welcome spring and blossom like flowers. For a flower to blossom and bear fruit, a plant needs to survive summer and fall. Likewise, to bear fruit, we must follow the same path.