Yang and yin

Writing and etymology in Korean
양성과 음성
[yangseong-gwa eumseong]
陽 (양) – male attribute (yang)
陰 (음) – female attribute (yin)
性 (성) – nature, character, sex

As we observe the universe, we see that everything exists in a relationship between the dual properties of positivity and negativity. This principle applies on all levels, starting with minerals. A molecule is made up of atoms that are held together by positive and negative chargers. The reproduction of many plants depends on the union of their male and female parts, i.e., stamens and pistils. In the animal world, these dual properties are even more pronounced. All animals, including fishes, birds, and mammals, are divided into males and females. In addition, humans, God’s greatest creations, are also divided into males and females.

They all exist because the Creator has dual properties that maintain the harmonious unity of the plus and minus in Himself. When God relates to His creation, He, as the harmonious unified Subject of the dual properties, represents the masculine.

Everything in the kingdom of minerals, plants, and animals exists in pairs. In all creation, no one can be found without a partner. Why is everything in heaven and earth divided into pairs? Not just to procreate. It is to embody love. That is why male and female, positive and negative charges, as well as positively and negatively charged ions, are attracted to each other. All of them, though on different levels, eventually unite in love. There is not a single being in the universe that isn’t concerned about love.