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Cheon Seong Gyeong 620

    Since that is the case, intellectuals generally do not like prayer. When they think about it, it looks like superstition, it cannot be trusted, and it makes them feel that their own existence is going to be denied. Those are the intellectuals – they seek to find truth by forming theories. Spiritual people, on the other hand, are born being fond of calling on the name, God. They just like God for no particular reason and do not require any explanation. They do not mind skip-ping meals as long as they can call God, Father. Such people exist.
    Generally speaking, in spiritual movements, which type of people do you think are successful in creating a revolutionary movement? Intellectuals can-not do it. Those who have accomplished great things in the realm of faith were not intellectuals but were mostly simple and uneducated – they were spiritual people.

Cheon Seong Gyeong 831

The original palace of love is the roy-al palace that perfects God and brings solace to Him. How is this achieved? The royal palace emerges at the unified meet-ing point of Adam and Eve’s convex and concave sexual organs. That is a truly great place. Thus, the sexual organs are called the original palace of love. These are amazing words. The original palace of love is the royal palace that perfects the entire creation of heaven and earth and also provides a place of settlement for all, even God. The Kingdom of Heav-en in the spirit world and on earth does not come first. Heaven begins from the family. That is the original palace. These are amazing words.



1. Speaking Truthfully to Others and to God

Let your conduct be marked by truthfulness in word, deed, and thought.

    Taittiriya Upanishad 1.11.1 (Hinduism)
Lying lips are an abomination to the Lord.
    Proverbs 12.22
Do not assert with your mouth what your heart denies.
    Tract of the Quiet Way (Taoism)
No man should talk one way with his lips and think another way in his heart.
    Talmud, Baba Metzia 49 (Judaism)
Putting away falsehood, let everyone speak the truth with his neighbor, for we are members one of another.
    Ephesians 4.25
Straightforwardness and honesty in the activi-ties of one’s body, speech, and mind lead to an auspicious path.
    Tattvarthasutra 6.23 (Jainism)
Lying does not mean that one could not be rich;
Treachery does not mean you may not live to old age;
But it is the day of death [judgment] about which one should be baffled.
If a lie runs for twenty years, it takes truth one day to catch up with it.
The truth got to market, but it was unsold; lying costs very little to buy.
    Yoruba Proverbs (African Traditional Religions)
One should speak the truth and speak it pleasingly; should not speak the truth in an unpleasant manner nor should one speak untruth because it is pleasing; this is the eternal law.
    Laws of Manu 4.138 (Hinduism)

A gentleman is ashamed to let his words outrun his deeds.
    Analects 14.29 (Confucianism)
O you who believe, wherefore do you say what you do not?
Very hateful is it to God, that you say what you do not.
    Qur’an 61.2-3
A speaker of falsehood reaches purgatory; and again so does one who, having done a misdeed, says, “I did not.” Both of them, men of base deeds, become equal in the other world.
    Dhammapada 306 (Buddhism)
If you plot and connive to deceive men, you may fool them for a while, and profit thereby, but you will without fail be visited by divine punishment. To be utterly honest may have the appearance of inflexibility and self-righteous-ness, but in the end, such a person will receive the blessings of sun and moon. Follow honesty without fail.
    Oracle of Amaterasu at the Kotai Shrine (Shinto)
The Duke of She addressed Confucius saying, “In my country there was a man called Upright Kung. His father appropriated a sheep, and Kung bore witness against him.” Confucius said, “In my country the upright men are of quite another sort. A father will screen his son, and a son his father—which incidentally does involve a sort of uprightness.”
    Analects 13.18 (Confucianism)

Honesty includes telling the truth, speaking truthfully what is on our mind and heart, keeping promises, and acting in accordance to our words. Honesty before God requires confessing our sins and confronting our particular propensity to do evil, along with repentance and the pledge to reform. Thus, Father Moon teaches that our prayers should be honest reports to God about our thoughts, words and deeds, plus setting goals and making determination about how we shall think, speak and act in the future.

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