“From the dawn of history until today, human beings have ceaselessly searched for the truth with which to overcome both types of ignorance and attain knowledge. Humanity through religion has followed the path of searching for internal truth, and through science has followed the path of seeking external truth. Religion and science, each in their own spheres, have been the methods of searching for truth in order to conquer ignorance and attain knowledge. Eventually, the way of religion and the way of science should be integrated and their problems resolved in one united undertaking; the two aspects of truth, internal and external, should develop in full consonance. Only then, completely liberated from ignorance and living solely in goodness in accord with the desires of the original mind, will we enjoy eternal happiness.” (Divine Principle, p.3, para 1)
Today we must look into the tolerance of discussion within American society. The earth’s population seems not to even be aware that their stupidity in harming themselves and diminishing each other is absolutely embarrassing in the face of history. Yes, even with technology and scientific development people are unable to enable themselves to create an ideal society centered on God. The ignorance of the whereabouts of our sweet souls and the knowledge of science are at a dreadful imbalance to effectuate an awful degree of illogical-scientific-conclusions made arbitrarily within political correctness.
In order to save science from departing the realm of logic we can no longer ignore our spiritual reality as the children of God. Jesus Christ enforced this idea when he recognized that people cannot just live by scientific allowance but indeed by every word of God.
“But Jesus answered him, saying, ‘It is written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God.’’” (Holy Bible, Luke 4:4)
Here, we can see that Jesus identifies the physical understanding of life by the bread that man needs to live. He also shows clearly that the words of God must also be lived by in order for man to live. Jesus’s every word and the Divine Principle synchronize in perfect logic and harmony. Jesus worked through miracles and the spiritual logic of faith that he made clear at his second coming, as promised. Sun Myung Moon is Jesus’s Second Coming and he also worked through miracles that were scientifically sound as much as they were religiously sound.
The search for the truth in politics is incomplete without the discussion of God. Marco Rubio does not recognize this crucial point in his speech, “Senators on Verge of Throwing Chairs at Each Other” but he does touch upon several crucial methods of searching for the truth. Firstly, he recognizes how crucial it is to be passionate to find solutions to problems as individuals and the Senate body. He discusses the stench of lunacy arising from idiots who immediately smear a politician at the very moment their views do not coincide. The eroding dignity of Statesmen is contributing to the degradation of the greatest country in the world, the United States of America, and he plainly objects to such behavior. Senator Rubio emphasizes, “We are becoming society incapable of having debates anymore.” He questions the issue of the elementary skill of adult men and women to hold debates and wonders where America will go if even the Senate can no longer keep their maturity. Indeed, his address to the basic quality of discussion in the legislature is punitary when the important and very necessary conversations never do take place!
Mr. Marco Rubio invites men and women to open the door to their true opinions and concerns but Jesus has already taken that measure and demands that people live by physical and internal truth. God has His arms wide open to welcome humanity back to the Kingdom of Heaven, here on Earth. There is so much work to do yet: Don’t get comfortable with where you are. Let’s go!
14 April 2018
Divine Principle, Exposition of the. Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity: 4 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036, 1996 (Introduction, p.3, para 1)
Holy Bible, The: New King James Version. Thomas Nelson: Republic of Korea, 1982 (Luke 4:4)
“Marco Rubio: Senators on Verge of Throwing Chairs at Each Other” The Liberty Daily, YouTube.com. 8 February 2017. <https://youtu.be/xRVxgxPC1F0> Retrieved 14 April, 2018