Moments in Korea – video post

Just back from Korea. Here is a little video from the iPhone with some highlights, spent some of the flight back messing around with imovie:

Diary notes: video explanation

7.30 Saturday morning 10th July:

True Parents have just arrived by helicopter out of the blue and are talking to a few hundred of us. Father’s checking to see which of his close disciples are here. He ends up staying with us until 2.30pm. He mentions how he hasn’t slept the night before. Finding it hard to keep up with his train of thought. True Father is like a cosmic encyclopedia. And he is jumping from topic to
topic before I can deconstruct the English translation…but he must be the sweetest grandfather in the whole world: completely at ease and full of the brightest energy. It’s not easy for me to sit for so long when I don’t speak Korean. But eventually I realise that Father’s main motive for being here is to just be together with us for as long as possible. That’s when I really get it, and catch this 90 year old man’s heart for his disciples, his children.Several times he asks if we are hungry and that he should get back to Yeusu, and then he decides to stay longer, talk more, sing more, etc. You get the sense of how he has been through so much in his life that nothing phases him. At one point he said about his life (amongst the hundreds of different things he shared about) “….I couldn’t go forward as I planned to, I was a man alone, but God supported me and you supported…”

giving us his time

Here is a link to the message Father gave on the 8th July in front of several thousand up on the mountain top:

Peace TV:

I heard from Peter Kim, who I bumped into in the new Coffee shop in Cheong Pyeong, that True Parents were very happy after hearing from Rev. Song about Europe. Especially True Mother was happy to hear about the younger generation in our community, and I think they noticed how many came as part of the European group for the event on the 8th July. She asked Peace TV to talk to Rev. Song to do an item on us, so I was called in with Geros Kunkel from the European Youth Dept. to their studios a few hours before my flight back to London.

Geros looking like a TV presenter - ready to give the GOOD news

Mr Kim Seog Byung - CEO of Pyong il Communications Ltd

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3 Responses to Moments in Korea – video post

  1. Robert Williamson July 12, 2010 at 3:25 pm #

    thanks Simon with keeping us all informed
    thank goodness we have all this modern tech!
    picked up this thread through Twitter!

  2. Rosemarie Leja July 12, 2010 at 8:23 pm #

    Thank you for this inspiring report….

  3. elizabeth marshall July 19, 2010 at 8:23 pm #

    Thanks Simon. Wonderful video clips of Father who truly loves us all so we can spread his love to others. Take care now. From Elizabeth.

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