The Words of Sun Myung Moon from 2011
Note: These notes are taken from the web page Unifications and (or) a Peace TV video clip. They cannot be published as definitive texts and should never be used in the future as an "official" publication of True Father's words.
"When I was in my early twenties, which was about 70 years ago, I decided to introduce the Heavenly calendar (to humankind). Dec. 25, 2010 was last time I celebrated Jesus' birthday, which I did in Las Vegas. Jesus' birthday is to be celebrated on Jan. 3 by the Heavenly Calendar from now on."
(Showing a copy of his latest calligraphy) "This is our new motto from now on. Nobody knows the meaning of it. I decided and wrote this as a new motto for Unificationists at the Cheon Hwa Gung on 8.22 by the Heavenly calendar.
People do not know ('heavenly heart' in the number 2 in the attached sheet). Speaking of ('heart, love or emotion'), there are Mul Jeong Sidae ('nature-centered era'), In Jeong Sidae ('human-centered era'), and Cheon Jeong Sidae ('God-centered era'). After Cheon Jeong Sidae, it will be Gong Myeong Kwon Sidae ('era of the sphere of resonating heart').
How can God and human beings be united with each other? All creatures must and can be united with the owner (creator). Therefore, God and created human beings are to be able to be united with each other through resonating in heart. For example, I can be united with things I made through Jeong ('heart, love or emotion'). After the Cheon Jeong Sidae, there must come Gong Myeong Kwon Sidae ('era of the sphere of resonating heart').
One cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven without the unified foundation of the spirit and physical worlds. Both worlds must be united in the sphere of the resonating heart. The world of Jeong ('heart, love, or emotion') starts from one point, which is the Heavenly heart. That must be connected to the whole, which is human beings and all creatures.
I wrote here the Heavenly heart through parents to children and harmony on earth (number 1 and 2 in the attached sheet). Then (in number 3) I wrote... Usually they say ('final') and you do not know why I wrote this in a opposite way. It is because I meant the heavenly heart is settled with the best ending (settlement, equals ending is the best) The ending is the best, and that's why I wrote that way.1
Then it says (number 4). This means the whole, which had started from one Heavenly heart, is perfected, and any creatures can be united with Heaven in heart. Then (number 5) comes, which can be possible (Father read his calligraphy on the wall) only after the proclamation of the firm establishment of the True Parents of Heaven, Earth, and Humankind and the Substantial Word of God.
(Mentioning the way he wrote... in the number 6) The bottom of... is loose and this means parents accomplished their responsibilities but children did not do so yet. It is unaccomplished yet. Unless you accomplish your responsibilities, you cannot say Mansei. You must be able to say Mansei for the reign of tranquility and prosperity. It took me less than 5 minutes to write this calligraphy.
1. Katsumi: in Korea and Japan, they usually write... to mean 'final.' (Chinese character ...) means 'the most,' and (Chinese character ...) means 'end.' By writing these two in a opposite way Father created a new meaning, which is "ending is the best."