Essentials of Living for others UPF1

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  • 1. The Essentials of Unification Principle and World Peace Part 1 Our relationship with God Living for the sake of others The family as the school of love

2. How do we realise world peace?

  • We must know God, His nature, principles and purpose of creation.
  • God is good, but our world is full of conflict because we are ignorant of God and do not resemble Him we are selfish.
  • Religion has the central role in overcoming our ignorance and transforming us from selfishness to living for God and others.

3. The Relationship between God and Human Beings Creator Origin/Cause Creation Effect Object Subject Parent Childresemblesthe parent God Human Beings All human beings originate in God. Our love, life and ideals come fromGod, and we feel these are the most precious things because they are most precious to God. But God cannot have love, life and his ideal allby himself. He needs a reciprocal relationship with a partner of love.God created human beings as His object, His partner of love.To realise Gods purpose of creation we should fully reflect His nature by becoming a true human being, a person of heart and love, a child of God. 4. The Pair System - living for the sake of God and others. GodHigher Purpose Object Partner Subject Partner Development Realise Purpose Centre/Purpose Interaction Outcome/Result Mind Man Parent Human Being Body Woman Child Environment God True Parents True Teachers True Leaders The centre of peace and harmony, God, is living for the sake of allHis creation. To realise my valueI must fulfil my purposeof existence by living forGod and others 5. Lifes Three Fundamental Goals God Mind Body True Person God Husband Wife Children God TruePerson Environment True Ownership TrueFamilyand Society Individual Peace Peace in Human Society Universal Peace True Parents True love True life True lineage 6. The Family is:

  • The School of Love nurturing heart and character, the primary training ground for relationships.
  • The School of Ethics the basis of social norms.
  • The School for Good Citizens empathy begins with mother and infant, anti-social behaviour stems from family problems.
  • The foundation for peace.

7. The Four Great Loves God M F M F Sons Love Brothers Love Husbands Love

  • Childrens Love
  • Brothers/Sisters Love
  • Conjugal Love
  • Parents Love

Fathers Love Daughters Love Sisters Love Wifes Love Mothers Love True Man True Woman The most important aspect of development is heart and emotion Infant - emotion Child - intellect Youth -will Settlement point ofthe Four Great Loves 8. The Central Point of First Love 50% of God 50% of God

  • The Sexual Relationship is sacred:
  • under Gods approval and blessing
  • Gods Palace of true love, life and lineage
  • the dwelling place of God

Woman Man God M F God comes down to the centralpoint where man and woman meetin love for God and each other. The Settlement Point of the Four Great Loves. A mans sexual love belongsexclusively to his wife and awomans sexual love belongsexclusively to her husband. They are the precious gift ofGod, the source of true love,life and lineage. 9. Unmarried people should be committed to the ideal of unchanging love for their future spouse. Envision the benefits if each country educated its young people that the most precious thing is to keep their love pure for their eternal spouse. 10. No one can entirely shield young people from theimpact of TV, movies, concerts and the Internet. Instead we have to educate them to recognize the terrible results of free sex and false love, and the value of true love and good families. 11. As leaders standing in front of God, you cangive a positive influence to your nation. Children hope to see their parents as an example of true love . The younger generation want to see leaders who live an exemplary life. 12. Father and Mother Moon have conductedmarriage blessings for millions of couples since 1960, including couples from all races, religions and nations, both previously married couples,and newly engaged couples.