Worlds of Wisdom II
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-Human happiness is about living without worries; the mind that brings happiness is one that wishes for others to live better lives.
-Cleansing one’s self is to eliminate one’s self completely. This is the way to find one’s self.
-A “whole” person is as it literally states: a complete person. Completeness is a person without self.
-True freedom is being liberated from one’s mind and having the true mind.
-Enlightenment refers to knowing the Truth. This does not mean knowing in theory – it is to know by accepting with the heart.
-Holiness is to be without self. Sacrificing one’s life for others is holy, and it is also holy to live for others.
-The mind of a person, who has falseness in it, is always lacking. One’s mind must be wealthy. To be wealthy means a person who has the true mind has everything and since he does not lack for anything whatsoever, his mind is truly wealthy.
-Man can become real when the human mind world and the false self which lives in the human mind world are completely discarded. Then, only what is real remains and he will be reborn as a complete person.
-The nature, that is the world, gives us air, water, as well as all sorts of things but it does not have the mind of having given. Like the nature, doing without the mind of having done and living with the mind of nature is true love and true affection.
-What people should learn from water is that water exists within nature’s flow. It is not stubborn and it is as it is. Therefore we must learn nature’s flow from water.
-Human completion is subtracting all of one’s minds. Then he is able to live well for he becomes the mind of the world that is the God and has wisdom. Furthermore, this mind that is the Soul and Spirit lives eternally.
Words from the Founder Woo Myung regarding Truth