Speeches of Hyo Jin Moon: Episode 30

Speeches of Hyo Jin Moon 2006-2008
Delivered Sunday at Belvedere Estate in Tarrytown, New York
Hyo Jin Moon Speaks on Love, Page 112

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In almighty America, the most powerful nation, still when a woman is powerful, this raises an issue because that still can have a biting force, right? So, that's some teeth. It hurts when you chew, when you start chomping. Sure, then what? What are you trying to get to? What? I'm not going to try to discredit somebody today. I'm just going to talk about the basic stuff, the physical stuff at this point in time right now.

Even the physical stuff has that kind of level. You go through that phase. When you look at your children, you see them struggling with physical-physical and physical-intellectual, physical-spiritual. That's formation right there. Then they go to the next level. Then, instead of physical, they put intellectual. Then they go intellectual-physical, intellectual-intellectual, intellectual-spiritual. They try. They actually try to control it. You start to see that stuff.

Then after that phase comes the spiritual phase. It's the spiritual-physical. You know when they are actually going into that final phase. It's not final phase but in that phase, it's final. And that spiritual stuff, when they are struggling with physical stuff they are actually trying very hard to include you into that picture.

On their own they are thinking about you. They are thinking about what you think is important. What you told them all those years. if you had them doing what you did, or were supposed to be doing, they're actually thinking about that stuff.

Physically, even the physical stuff that they do, they try to correct themselves—or try to at least kind of manage themselves to the point where you can kind of accept them. Yeah, okay, you're thinking. Then comes to the point when they're actually intellectual, they are rationalizing. And ultimately in the end, they really want to do it simply because they believe it's right.

See, the only way you can feel, and you can determine spirit, is when you know what is right and wrong. It doesn't matter whether you think like a bug. Well, if you think like a bug and you know what's right and wrong like a bug, you know what's right and wrong like a bug, in a spiritual way. And everybody has a place. Everybody has a place to begin. You know what I'm saying? And I don't mean it's in our place to make that judgment call. How does one start to realize what right and wrong is?

It doesn't matter. It can be in the death of an era. It doesn't always have to be on a plateau of glory and all that. It doesn't have to be on a pedestal. It can be in the bottom of hell. Because God exists everywhere. Because if you can remember, God knew about good and evil right from the start, didn't He? It's the choice that He asked you to make. That's the irony.

God says, "You have no choice, but you choose to accept the choice that I don't have because I want to be part of your head, part of you." And you say, "Because you are the almighty, you are the life-giving, omnipotent, omnipresent God that I need to learn a whole lot of stuff from, I will follow you, I will learn from you. I will do my best to be your mirror-like person, to be your ultimate counterpart."

And you measure yourself by that. Nobody set that standard. It's up to you. How hard do you want to go? How far do you want to go? Nobody tells you that you are going to do this, you are going to be born doing that. When are you going to do right, and that's the problem.

That is why we have to think about the basic stuff always. That's why it is important to remind ourselves of a basic right and wrong because we can get ahead of ourselves sometimes trying to do things without knowing who we are. And we have done that many times. That's the problem. It doesn't matter that you think in your head, 'I'm the greatest.' Are you really? Based on whose standard? Supposing you win American Idol? You become a star. Whoop-de-doo. Oh yeah.

It doesn't matter what you look like. You just sing well because that's a program, it's that kind of era. Because people are willing to do what the big boys do because they know. Oh, they can make tons of money just showing it and then after that what, make a movie. And those people are going to be instant stars.

Every criteria prior to this kind of reality goes off. I mean just think about it. The era of just radio waves stuff, you got to sound good. If you sound good, you can make it, right? Somehow. But you got to be lucky because not many people, only a selected few are controlling these kinds of airwaves. And they have all sorts of agendas. Self-Interest, obviously. For some other business.

And they do all sorts of stuff and in the end obviously, they can't really become responsible because it was just a kind of passing thing. It's not like multimedia as we know it today, all encompassing. It's just in your face. It seems like it's up for grabs for all. Earlier, it wasn't like that. So, there's a whole lot of politics. All sorts of different strata, you know, strata that causes bifurcation in all that exists, and in all sorts of different ways, even in multimedia. It all becomes separated.

It wasn't unified like this. So, all sorts of stuff, all sorts of odd roles will crossover somehow into the general population. And you know, it will just mess up the rest of it here and there. That's why it was so difficult to control. But today, it's very easy to control if you play the game like the big boys. Yes, I think we can do it. It takes investment. But I think we have a real chance, tangibly speaking. And just go down the list of how body and mind and spirit works in formation, growth, and perfection. If you can set the pace, and having people who know what they are doing, just like the other guy, that's all you need to do. Let the best man win, right?

How did Fox Network become so big? They started with the stupidest stuff. You know, "Married with Children," and what is it, "The Simpsons" and all those crazy stuff. Then they start branching out into Cable and then News Network and boom. It only took them ten years to become what they are today. Yes, they put in a lot of money. Look. We already put two billion dollars into print media. Any monkey can do this stuff. When you got to act to resolve things—got to deal with the a-holes that you got to—you have to lead. That's about it. They can lead, no problem. If they can do it, we can do it.

Look, it's not about me being a star here, right? It's about us winning as a greater family, right? Unification Church, right? Right? (Yes.) Yeah. I know what a lot of people think about me. I must have been stupid for reasons I don't talk about, because it's my problem and I bear the burden. That's about it. Right? I pay my dues. I do the time, not you. And I don't believe there is anybody who knows me that accuses me of this stuff.

Anyway, so what, who cares? What's in the past is in the past, right? You move on. But wouldn't it be great if every step we take is right in the eyes of God? Every choice we make will turn out to be the greatest? You know, wouldn't that be nice. It can be done. And that's what we need to strive for. Hey, take it or leave it. That's the privilege that I have. I can do it for free. That is not to say that I don't know how to build myself from scratch.

Anyway, just want to fix this, just getting to know each other. Anyway, what you see is what you get. I'll do my best not to lie to you. You want more? Well, we'll see what more can happen. Take care of yourself. See you next week.

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