„Where do you want to live? When you reach your fifties and sixties and you retire, if you remain in the city you will become suffocated. Eventually you will have to travel to the ideal village which we have established and spend the rest of your life with nature and contribute as much as possible. Breathe and mingle with nature. Then end your life with nature and go and join God in the spiritual world. That will become the course of your life.“

—  Sun Myung Moon, Where and How do You Want to Live Your Life? http://www.unification.net/1996/960609.html, (1996-06-09)
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