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Speeches: 2006 - 2008 by Hyo Jin Moon

Speeches: 2006 - 2008 by Hyo Jin Moon

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Published by Frank Kaufmann
Speeches: 2006 - 2008 by Hyo Jin Moon
Speeches: 2006 - 2008 by Hyo Jin Moon

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Published by: Frank Kaufmann on Jun 16, 2010
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Speeches
2006 - 2008
Hyo Jin Moon
 
Hyo Jin MoonSpeeches: 2006 - 2008
 
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 Grateful acknowledgment to the True Family of Hyo Jin MoonCopyright © 2010 by Hyo Jin MoonAll rights reservedAll material in this book in all formats and media, unless otherwisestated, is the property of Hyo Jin Moon, and the family and estate of Hyo Jin Moon.Copyright and other intellectual property laws protect these materials.Reproduction or retransmission of these materials, in whole or in part,in any manner, without the prior written consent of the copyrightholder, is a violation of copyright law.
 
Hyo Jin MoonSpeeches: 2006 - 2008
 
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Editors' Preface T
his book is unofficial and unauthorized. These 76 sermons were given by Hyo Jin Nim Moon at the Belvedereinternational training center, Tarrytown, New York, from January 8,2006 until March 9, 2008.Each Sunday morning speech without exception began at 7 am sharpin an environment of minimal liturgy with one or two holy songs sungfor 10 or so minutes prior to Hyo Jin Nim's arrival.Once Hyo Jin Nim entered the room, a brief representative prayer wasoffered. This was followed by a bow from the audience to Hyo Jin Nim,and he would bow to us simultaneously in return. As he then steppedon to the stage to take the podium, Hyo Jin Nim quickly muted thespontaneous applause that greeted him. Then he would speak. The speeches were given entirely in English. They were professionallyvideotaped, and audio taped from a podium-mounted microphone. These raw transcripts from tape were edited into their current formgoverned only by two purposes: to retain the author's voice andcontent, and to enhance readability.Frank KaufmannMarch 17, 2010

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