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Angelika Selle

Angelika Selle

Angelika Selle, born in Pforzheim, Germany, studied at the University of Freiburg in Catholic Theology, in German and English. In the years following she travelled to Japan, Korea and America. She settled in the U.S. in 1983 with her American husband, Bob Selle. Together they are the parents of 4 wonderful children. She has worked with Government officials, held the position of the editor in chief of two magazines, “Neue Hoffnung” and “Today’s World”, and she taught at a parochial elementary school. Rev. Selle’s true passion and calling is to be a reconciler and peace-maker to promote reconciliation and healing between different races, religions, and cultures. Together with her husband and another family, they founded a reconciliation group in MD. In 2001 she founded the Prayer in Action Ministry and in 2003 the Interfaith Prayer and Fellowship Ministry in Washington DC. On April 8, 2005 she was ordained at the Lively Stone Worship Center under “God’s Vision International Ministries” by Apostle Floyd Nelson. In 2006, Rev. Selle was appointed to be the Pastor of New Hope Family Church in Landover Hills, MD. Earlier this year, on March 21, 2010, Rev. Selle was appointed by the Founder of WFWP, Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon, to be the President of Women’s Federation for World Peace USA and Vice-President of WFWP International.

WFWP USA and WFWP International hosted a big celebration of the 25th Anniversary that took place on March 17th, 2017, with about 120 guests from the US and abroad. Our emcee, Katarina Connery, Vice President of WFWP USA, opened the program with her youthful and genuine spirit and briefly introduced the purpose of the evening, which was two-fold: to honor all international volunteers of the first 25 years of WFWP and then CELEBRATE!

WFWP USA President Angelika Selle shared a brief word of warm welcome, and recognized the international delegations, former and current leaders present from the United States, and the male representatives in the room.

International President Yeon Ah Moon then gave her special remarks thanking especially all men present for their support. She shared that “WFWP cannot fulfill our true role and mission without the help of our men, brothers, husbands and sons.” She thanked the many volunteers who made WFWP successful over the last 25 years and wished all well for the next quarter of a century to be even more successful.

A very moving video was shown depicting all volunteers worldwide who had received an award. The categories included outstanding long term service, outstanding financial contribution to the work of WFWP, and outstanding long term service from those who have passed away. Mrs. Carolyn Handschin, UN Secretary General of the UN office in Geneva and IVP of Europe, called all awardees by name, and thanked all volunteers in the room for their contribution.

We were very happy and proud that one of our awardees from the US was present, Mrs. Denneze Nelson, chairwoman for the state of New Jersey. She and Mrs. Friederike Buczyk from the WFWP UN team came on stage to receive their awards. The other awardees from the US included Sheri Rueter, who received a special plaque to honor her many years of service and investment, Linda Marshall Perry who was instrumental for acquiring the General Consultative Status at the UN, and Mr. Dan Bankus who truly supports the work of women at this time.

The dance floor didn’t seem big enough to hold what then followed: Dancing, moves, singing and joyful expression lead by Mr. Luke Higuchi who pulled almost everyone in the room on the dance floor and engaged them into line dancing. Apple Heaven USA provided just the right music, ambiance and backdrop to this very joyful occasion, concluding 25 years of amazing work of women, and opening up the next chapter of WFWP.

Overview

This year’s annual CSW61 (Commission on the Status of Women) event was indeed very special in that WFWP International also celebrated our 25th Anniversary (founded in 1992) and the 20th Anniversary of our General Consultative Status as an NGO at the UN!

The week from March 12- 19, therefore, was chock full of programs, events, activities, and also meetings. We were especially grateful and blessed to have our WFWP International President, Professor Yeon Ah Choi Moon present with us during that entire week!

The events were put together mostly by the WFWP UN office and team under the leadership of Mrs. Alexa Ward, in collaboration with WFWP USA national headquarters and local chapters and chairwomen in the New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania area.

The main events were also greatly supported by Dr. Ki Hoon Kim, Continental Director (now International Vice-President) of the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification (FFWPU), and Dr. Michael Balcomb, President of FFWPU USA and the Family Federation media team as well as the Apple Heaven USA band.

Altogether there were eight public events and about seven additional WFWP meetings and gatherings with Professor Choi Moon, and the International Vice Presidents (IVPs) as well as national leaders from abroad, to discuss internal matters, strategy, and planning for vision 2020.

All programs and events were attended well, were rich in content, and provided opportunities for young women to be educated and exposed to the UN and WFWP International History and current vision and mission.



Sunday, March 12: Consultation Day – Opening Day of all CSW events: “Women’s’ Rights and Gender Equity in the Changing World of Work”

Angelika Selle attended these very enlightening opening sessions with the chair of the NGO Committee Susan O’Malley opening the events at the Hunter College with about 400 women present. This year, for the first time since its inception, more than 8,000 women came to New York, and more than 1,100 organizations signed up to participate and have programs.

Right after the welcoming remarks a volunteer ensemble, United Nations Singers, sang four songs from different countries in the original language, truly setting the stage for international harmony. Two engaging panel discussions followed that set the tone for the topic; all interspersed with poetry and more songs. Together, this created the atmosphere and readied our mindset for the upcoming two-week marathon sessions in and around the UN. The special performer of the day was the Harlem Diva, LeeOlive Tucker, a singer from the Civil Rights Movement that I met personally after the performance.

I also attended a breakout session on Sex Trafficking, Child Labor in Africa and Forced Labor of Women. There, we met women from organizations addressing and battling with this insidious issue that no one seems to have gotten a handle on so far. For the first time the question was asked: What does it take to change mindsets and heart sets, for these serious problems to be resolved for good?

Monday, March 13: WFWPI Parallel event – “Women Fostering Peace and Co-prosperity: Intergenerational Collaboration Sans Arrogance” at Assembly Hall, Community Church of New York

This year’s panel consisted of both younger and older women, who shared their personal experience honestly in response to questions posed by the emcee, Ms Roudabeth Jamshid Eini. Questions included balancing work and career, how to relate with older and younger generations, and much more.

This year again, for the third time in a row, Dr. Bishop Gonzales’ Macademy Middle School students participated in the event to learn from the discussion and be exposed to this kind of setting. WFWP USA also invited friends and guests from the New York, New Jersey area as well as guests from other parts of the country.



Tuesday, March 14, 2017: Big SNOW BLIZZARD in New York and surrounding areas.

All CSW events were cancelled on that day as well as the special first time WFWPI “Meet and Greet” Open Event for networking and relaxation which had been planned at 43rd Street. I spent the entire day with our guests and colleagues from Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Chicago; discussing and sharing about WFWP more in depth, the WFWP Founders, vision in action, the goals for 2020, and so much more. It became an educational and informational personal seminar for the ladies who were able to understand WFWP more in depth as a result.



Wednesday, March 13: WFWPI 25th Anniversary Celebration Dinner at the Diplomat Ballroom at the ONE UN New York Hotel located across the street from the UN.
It was significant to celebrate this occasion with representatives of the UN, close associates, and friends of WFWP; most of the international vice-presidents as well as some of the early pioneers of WFWP. It was rather significant to hold this kind of occasion at this location, since WFWP International in a way represents nations working together in unity.

Three Global Women’s Peace Awards were given to Mrs. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Dr. Rima Salah, and the Nation of Japan, whose members were the very first pioneers worldwide to make the foundation for WFWP. Also, President Yeon Ah Moon received a special award from Founder and President of Active Intervention of Mothers, Inc., Amalle Daou. The award was for the organization’s 2017 Best Contribution to Women’s Empowerment.



Thursday, March 14, 2017: Evening session for young women, Strategic Planning and Peace Studies as an Academic Discipline by Dr. Thomas Ward

WFWP USA invited 10-15 young women from the local area who attended and were very pleased with the information given.

That evening, the news arrived of the sudden passing of two wonderful WFWP women leaders in Thailand and also Taiwan, who had faithfully invested themselves over many years for WFWP. President Yeon Ah Moon immediately called for a special spiritual reading followed by testimonies anda prayer circle for the sisters to surround them with love and comfort at their time of transition. We all felt the seriousness of that moment and for the work of empowering women worldwide.



Friday, March 17, 2017: Special WFWP USA Meeting with Pr. Yeon Ah Moon

Despite her grueling schedule, Pres. Yeon Ah Moon asked to meet with WFWP members and volunteers of WFWP USA from the area. In spite of the short notice, close to 20 women gathered to hear straight from her heart, the heart of Mother Moon, and guidance for this current time. Pres. Moon gave a special gift of a high- class pen to the ladies to say thank you for their great efforts.



Saturday, March 18: Horizon Summit at East Garden

This one day seminar provided an opportunity especially for young women to receive inspiration and education on WFWP, and how WFWP works in the UN as an NGO.

Mrs. Angelika Selle, WFWP USA President emceed for the day, opened up the morning by welcoming all women and sharing what inspires her to work with and for WFWP: Vision, Mission, Philosophy and Founders. She interjected many personal anecdotes and stories to show how WFWP puts the vision into practice.

Dr. Rima Sala then spoke on her experience in working at the UN for the last few decades; followed by a more intimate setting with the young women in a circle, encouraged to ask any kind of question.

Mrs. Karen Smith, long time former member of WFWP (for 20 years) elaborated on how to best work within the system of the UN while using a more “feminine” approach and how to get results. It seemed like a good marriage of putting the vision of WFWP into action at and with the UN.

After a delicious Korean lunch, Dr. Thomas Ward surprised most all with a very intricate group exercise to understand and own the reality of negotiating oil prices between two enemy countries such as Iraq and Iran. It brought to everyone the important lesson of seeking mutual prosperity and trying to satisfy each party’s interests rather than stubbornly holding on to your own position. It was very insightful and entertaining.

All participants had the opportunity to then take a tour of the East Garden, the former residence of the Founders, Dr. and Mrs. Moon. It is always a very uplifting experience to spend time in their residence, which is filled with a clear and beautiful spirit: “leaving all concerns and worries outside the door,” as the calligraphy sign says at the entrance of the house.



Sunday, March 19, 2017: Horizon Summit- Educational Tour

Those who were able to stay for one more day, were in for a special retreat to go on a field trip to visit the FDR home and tour of the museum. Through a special lecture they learned about the contributions of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt to the founding of the UN, had a great lunch and toured the Val-Kill historic site, where the former first lady had spent the latter years of her life.

 

If I had to summarize in a few bullet points or paragraph my experience during a 10-day marathon of empowering, inspiring events related to our Co-Founders' birthdays, this is what I would say:

It is time to ignite a new culture, a culture of heart, peace, joy, innocence, and creativity as leaders -- young and older, men and women -- using our expertise and knowledge to create that culture together.

On the occasion of her 74th birthday and her late husband's 97th, the woman of action who is Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon not only celebrated her birthday with 25,000 people, dignitaries, and youth from around the world but also demonstrated her capable leadership as a woman who operates from a mother's heart, giving to others for the sake of all humanity.

Dr. Moon was personally involved in the planning and execution of eight huge, stellar events, ranging from the World Peace Summit of Parliamentarians for Peace to launching and relaunching relevant organizations, especially in the area of sciences and the arts, all for the sake of making world peace a reality -- with the highlight event being the awarding of the annual SunHak Peace Prize to two utterly outstanding recipients.

She encouraged the various audiences she addressed to be leaders who lead with the heart of a mother, a more feminine style of leadership based on "soft power" and leadership of the heart, and who guide the people they are responsible for and truly care for through their own examples and lifestyle of living for the sake of others.

Sakena Yacobi receiving the SunHak Peace Prize from Dr. Moon.Sakena Yacobi receiving the SunHak Peace Prize from Dr. Moon.
Dr. Moon believes that the sciences and the arts should be used to create a positive environment for peace, and that knowledge should be used to solve the many problems and ills of the world, creating a culture of what she calls "Hyo Jung" (Korean for "the filial heart of a child") -- in other words, a culture of innocence, authenticity, genuineness, and goodness without any shadows.

We all were able to experience that heart and culture, especially during her birthday celebration, when she had her and her late husband's favorite foods prepared in lunch boxes that each of the 20,000 people present received, along with a personal letter from Dr. Moon (please read). Then she ate together with the great assemblage.

As the leader ultimately responsible for everything at the festivities, Dr. Moon personally invested herself in all the events and programs, such as the World Summit, the SunHak Peace Prize award ceremony, the relaunching of the International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences and the Professors World Peace Academy (two organizations founded by her husband decades ago), and also the launching of several entirely new organizations, such as the International Hyo Jung Cultural Center and the Hyo Jung Academic Center.

Gino Strada Receiving the SunHak Peace Prize from Dr. Moon.Gino Strada Receiving the SunHak Peace Prize from Dr. Moon.

In it and through it all, her motherly heart and touch was seen and profoundly felt, as she also used the opportunity to address several audiences in person, giving it her all. She modeled leadership through example by launching the new projects and reviving old ones, all of which are intended to work to bring to fruition and substantiation the vision her late husband had set out to accomplish some five decades ago. He invested every moment of his life and every ounce of energy to inspire others to become shining rays of hope around the world with a filial heart toward Heaven and exemplary citizens of peace.

Women's Federation for World Peace International also engaged in several meetings and discussions with our international president, Dr. Yeon Ah Moon; with WFWP International vice presidents from around the world; and with our Korean chapter leaders, with whom several smaller nations created sisterhood partnerships to synergize their efforts and resources in order to grow and develop in their countries.

Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon's example of simple elegance, depth of heart, prayer, and hard work inspired women and men during these 10-plus days to double and triple our efforts to be shining rays of hope in a troubled world. What a way to celebrate a birthday!!

As mentioned in the President's Corner, while I was in Las Vegas, it was a pleasure to have the opportunity to share WFWP's vision and heart on Aimmee Kodachian's The Experts show at the beginning of this brand new year 2017! The show aired to about three million subscribers on January 23, 2017 and can be seen below.

I am convinced that this is indeed just the beginning for the voices of peace, love, reconciliation, and action to be heard and seen throughout 2017!

Click here to go to the website and see the show.

Aimmee, Angelika, Mary Hida, and Stephanie ThompsonAimmee, Angelika, Mary Hida, and Stephanie Thompson

Dear Ladies, Friends, and Families,

Happy New Year 2017!

I hope your new year's resolutions are still intact?! In case you are a bit behind, the Chinese New Year began on January 28 this year, so we have another opportunity.

According to the Chinese calendar, 2017 is the year of the fire rooster! I love the four virtues that the fire rooster represents and thought to share them with you:

Civil Service - "Crown" (comb) on his head;
Courage - fights without retreat (for goodness);
Generosity - shares food with others;
Sincerity - always lets us know the right time in the morning.

In WFWP USA we dedicate 2017 to be the Year of Solutions, Problem-Solving, and Actions for Goodness, infused with these virtues above.

In the spirit of the fire rooster of courageously speaking out, I had a wonderful opportunity to be on the "Aimmee Kodachian and the Experts" show in Las Vegas this month. I was interviewed about "Women as the Turning Point for Peace." (See article below that includes the video clips of the show.) Ms. Kodachian spoke at last year's National Assembly in New Jersey (in last month's newsletter and on the website); and is an ardent supporter of the WFWP chapter in Las Vegas.

Also this year, WFWP will celebrate its 25th Anniversary around the country, and we will take this opportunity to "Show and Tell" the greater public about our noble Founders, our Philosophy of Peace, national and local activities; and the amazing women who, with a sacrificial heart and spirit, have been laying a wide foundation for impact over the last two plus decades in the new series introducing WFWP's National Chairwomen.

In 2017 we will continue to empower and educate women in creating peace as peace leaders in their homes, the greater community, the nation, and the world; to be an alternative voice to that of hatred, strife, confusion, and despair. We are also actively seeking to create chapters in the remaining 15 states in the U.S. So, if you would like to start a chapter in your state, please let us know. We will assist you!

Regardless of how things may look around us, we are very hopeful and excited because we are certain that lasting change for the better will come from our Creator first within our hearts, and then will be actualized elsewhere.

The process has already begun and is gaining momentum. We invite you to join in this process.

Happy 2017!

With love,
Angelika
Dear Ladies, Friends, and Families,

Are you by any chance stressed? Do you feel bogged down with health issues, feel powerless to effect change, or feel trapped physically and emotionally?

In this October issue, you will find many pointers and insights about staying healthy, such as what brought a Cuban woman who lives in New Jersey to be 102 years young! You'll also discover tidbits of wisdom as to what you can do to recreate your own health and feel more empowered!

And did you know that the digestive system reacts based on how you think before you eat, or how you think before you even prepare the food? So health begins in the mind and in our emotions, as Mr. Bochenikov taught in our WFWP health seminar in the Washington, DC, chapter. Therefore, everyone needs emotional healing, and a "miracle of heart and soul," which can occur in many ways, such as through a Bridge of Peace crossing, or through experiencing art, music, and beauty that uplifts our spirit.

Since this month is also Cancer Awareness Month, we are featuring the stirring story of Dr. Sandra Lowen, a cancer survivor -- how after several battles with cancer she has been cancer free for 15 years!

There can't be lasting peace without a healthy mind and healthy body. As someone mentioned at a recent International Peace Day celebration, "Peace Day is every day!" In the same vein, a "health day" is also every day! And healing is available to make that happen.

And did you also know that you can laugh yourself to better health through "laughter Yoga"? You can check it out at our upcoming 24th National Assembly, November 11-13, in Fairfield New Jersey! Yet, there is more than one reason to attend, I would submit at least 7, to uplift, empower and inspire you and for you to be an inspiration to others. (See "Why attend") Hope to see you there!

Enjoy this beautiful month of October, and here's to your health and well-being and to the health and well-being of your family!

Warmly,

Angelika
October 31st, 2016

24th Annual WFWP USA Assembly. Why Attend?

“The Hope of Humanity Comes from Mothers”. These are the words of WFWP Founder, Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon. Her vision and belief is that peace cannot be accomplished from the outside, but must begin on the inside. Especially from the quiet voice that speaks to all human beings to be good and to do good. At this time of global and local crisis, WFWP International President Dr. Moon is calling on all women and mothers (and also all men and fathers), to listen to that quiet inner voice and to act on it; to work together beyond differences of race, nationality, or religion for the sake of the higher common good of all of humanity. The time is ripe for a different paradigm of leadership, now more than ever, and that is what we will be talking about and exploring in this year’s 24th Anniversary National Assembly.

But more specifically, why attend? What’s in it for me? Below are seven reasons that personally inspire me:

1. Speakers: Several experts in their fields will share new ideas and challenge us to shift our mind and heart to a new way of thinking. They will be addressing hot issues that are the silent killer of human spirit and dignity and giving practical take-away points, on the topic of compassionate sustainable leadership.

2. Learning and Fun: Through interactive breakout sessions, you can experience laughter yoga, learn how to develop a healthy and happy sex life in marriage, get practical tips on turning your passions into a sustainable project, and so much more.

3. Healing rifts and relationships: Through the Bridge of Peace, open a path to address and resolve current issues and heal the pain and wounds of the past. Learn from those who cross the Bridge the skill of reconciliation and solving issues with intelligence and heart instead of violence.

4. HerStory Award, Veterans Award: We will uplift, celebrate, and honor those who have made a difference by overcoming the odds and making a difference through their outstanding example.

5. Action: WFWP is motivated and propelled forward through a mother’s heart and the Logic of Love which is expressed in a multitude of service and relief projects from the local to the international level reaching out beyond the United States and serving the world. In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “Everybody can be great, because anybody can serve,”

6. The Blessing of marriage breakout session and Ceremony will introduce a new way of looking at marriage and provide knowledge and tools to make our marriages last. WFWP USA’s core tenet is that, “Healthy Families are the School of Love and the Foundation for a happy society and world. A healthy family based on morals and ethics will provide fertile ground for leaders of integrity, conscience, and compassion who will care for the greater good more than for themselves.”

7. Your Presence is very important and appreciated, as we TOGETHER will create something new and amazing for everyone. I know that through your presence and contributions, this work for peace will be blessed and will multiply more quickly

What inspires me the most about this year’s assembly is the involvement of the next generation of young women and of our local chairwomen, especially our local New Jersey chapter, in planning and executing this wonderful gathering.

Will you join us there? I sincerely hope so!
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October 3rd, 2016

President's Corner (September '16)

Dear ladies, friends, and families,

What does the word "peace" mean to you?

Each year on September 21, the UN celebrates the International Day of Peace, yet we might wonder what there is to celebrate.

Even right here in the U.S., during this very month dedicated to peace, police shootings of black men continue, as in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Tulsa, Oklahoma, inflaming racial tensions regardless of whether the killings were justified or not.

However, whatever things may look like, the last thing to do now would be to give up on peace!

Earlier this month, I and my husband Bob attended radio talk show host Al Cole's annual "People of Distinction Humanitarian Awards" reception in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill. He has been highlighting, uplifting, and endorsing "unsung heroes" in the community from all walks of life (see article below). That evening, his organization bestowed awards on 20 humanitarian leaders from small but effective organizations providing a wide variety of amazing services to people in need.

What Bob and I took away from Al's awards reception was hope in knowing that there is still so much good in the world, and here in the United States, that there are many "unsung heroes" who sacrifice and live for the sake of others, quietly and consistently, and ARE making an impact for the better!

A very stirring and moving moment also took place this month on September 17 when two mothers, representing black and white Americans, respectively, walked across the Bridge of Peace at the Washington Mall next to the U.S. Capitol building as a part of the "America and God's Will" 40th Anniversary celebration. One of the mothers, Elzabieta Byrne, lost her daughter due to murder but was able to forgive the perpetrator and even show compassion and understanding toward his parents.

Closing with inspirational quotes as food for thought:

"Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding."
- Albert Einstein

"I offer you peace. I offer you love. I offer you friendship. I see your beauty. I hear your need. I feel your feelings."
- Mahatma Gandhi

What does "peace" mean to you?

Warmly,

Angelika Selle
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October 3rd, 2016

There Is Still Much Goodness in America!

Al Cole's "People of Distinction Humanitarian Awards" reception took place on Tuesday, September 13 on Capitol Hill at the Rayburn House Office Building. Al Cole is a CBS radio talk show host, and he has made it his job to dig into various communities around America and unearth precious "diamonds" of sacrificial service who are hidden among all the attention-getting violence and desperation, and who are true agents of peace!

The small conference room was bursting with 250 guests, awardees, and friends from all over the country to witness small snippets of stories of the 20 "unsung heroes" who were honored on that day for their extraordinary work for the human family.

WFWP USA and our sister organization, the Universal Peace Federation, were represented well with a small delegation, as both organizations subscribe to the ideals of peace and "Living for the Sake of Others" that Al Cole is uplifting.

Twenty awards were presented to leaders of various organizations who were from a variety of culturally, socially, and politically different backgrounds, highlighting their sacrificial volunteer work of serving others. It was quite remarkable, and we were filled with hope and a renewed sense of how many "good people" there are in America!

Among the 20 awardees were people like:

=> a retired Police Captain who helps suicidal officers who suffer from PTSD
=> a Navy Admiral who started a senior service college
=> a therapist who helps countless youth deal with their emotional pain
=> a woman who works on preventing homelessness
=> a woman who helps to strengthen marriages and mental health, and
=> a woman who works to heal families to solve generational issues.

It was quite powerful to experience, the Human Family at its best!

People of Distinction Awards: Bob and Angelika SellePeople of Distinction Awards: Bob and Angelika Selle

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July 4th, 2016

Heart to Heart Gathering with WFWP International President

At the occasion of Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon's, our Founder's, visit here on the East Coast at the beginning of June, our international President Yeon Ah Moon who had accompanied her, took the opportunity to meet with a small group of WFWP leaders and members for a heart to heart meeting. The small group of ladies was comprised of representative of both WFWP USA and the International UN office in New York, under the leadership of Alexa Ward, who was also present.

As always, meetings with our International President turn out to be free flowing, free-spirited, honest, and energizing. We always enjoy being with Prof. Yeon Ah, because she herself emanates and demonstrates an open heart and spirit, which makes anyone in her presence feel immediately at ease. Needless to say, all ladies spoke freely from their hearts, sharing deep wisdom and insights; and as we listened to one another, we felt each unique contribution provided the brush strokes that together created a beautiful painting.

The highlight of the gathering was when President Yeon Ah shared her personal experiences with Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon, her lifestyle, heart, and commitment that always amazes and inspires us. She highlighted and confirmed Mother Moon's ongoing concern and investment to educate the next generation and for the Elders to being role models of a parental heart through the leadership of the Logic of Love. The meeting ended in prayer and joyful fellowship!

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