Why did you come to Las Vegas?
Sun Myung Moon
July 12, 2011
Hoon Dok Hae
Cheon Hwa Gung in Las Vegas on 6.12 by the H.C.
Note: These notes are taken from 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. However, they do provide a good idea of the “spirit” of the message. — Rev. Katsumi Kambashi
That day, many Japanese members participated.
“Why did you come to Las Vegas? ‘Las’ is the plural form of ‘large,’ and ‘Vegas’ is ‘Beggars.’ So Las Vegas is the center of beggars.” “Do your mind and body move together or separately? There are a horizontal ‘I’ and vertical ‘I,’ and the crossover point of those two, which is the center of the cross, is only one point, not two, where you must stay.
“Rev. Song and Rev. and Mrs. Yoo sang songs. Then Hyung Jin Nim sang “If I can dream” after he said “Hyo Jin Hyung liked this song and often sang it with tears.
“Yeon Ah Nim sang in Japanese and then Korean. She said that the song became popular in Japan in late 1960’s but due to the politically sensitive lyrics, it was banned in Japan later. Sun Jin Nim’s couple sang “Top of the world.”
After the song, Sun Jin Nim shared her testimony on how the coffee business there had been developing. Then Father told her to report in Korean and she asked her husband to do it. According to In Sup Nim, they have sales teams in Korea, Japan, and the US which have been all successful. They started to sell it in France and Russia and will soon have the sales team in China.
True Mother sang “Santa Lucia” in Korean and then Italian. True Parents sang “Santa Lucia Luntana” in Korean, which concluded the meeting that day.