Unity, love and ideal

Writing and etymology in Korean
통일, 사랑, 이상
[tong-il, saran, isang]
統一, 愛, 理想
통일 [tong-il] (sino-korean)
統一 (hanja)

사랑 [saran] (Native)
애 [ae] (sino-Korean)
愛 (hanja)

이상 [isang] (sino-korean)
理想 (hanja)

To achieve the ideal, unity must emerge and then love will develop. First of all, there is unity, love, and then there is ideal.

Love means to be united in both internally and externally. Without finding unity, we cannot find joy. When we are one with another person, we don’t want to separate, we want to be with each other forever and we never get tired of each other.

The heart is the source of love. In what way is man able to express the Shimjon of the Heavenly Parent? We have been created as man and woman to embody His ideal. As long as man and woman are not united, He cannot fully express His love.

When two people love each other, they want to embrace, not turn their backs on each other. Staying in unity is an expression of love. Where there is love, its magnetic power will hold people together. So, we can conclude that if we want to have love, we have to have unity.

This also applies to nations. If any two nations are united, they will be blessed with good fortune in their cooperation.

We, as individuals, first need to achieve unity between soul and body. When your soul and body are one, you become like the Creator and then He will be the subject in relation to you as a perfect object. Try to feel it. You must learn to feel that the Creator’s love is truly with you when your soul and body are in harmony.

Good people must be able to win, not by resorting to subjugating others, but by loving them to create harmony and unity.

We have to become people capable of bringing unity. We must first possess unity, for without unity there is no love.