June 1, 1991, Belvedere, New York, Translator Col. Sang Kil Hanfound within the human body? Two thirds? Three quarters. In a way, man is like a bag of water. He consists of water. What do we take in the most, food or water? [Water.] All grains also have lots of water in them. Since we are living on land we are depending on and exploiting the land. We weren't born with all the nutrition necessary inside of us. We depend on an outside source. We are born small but we absorb and absorb and take and take and thus become big. You eat steaks don't you? When we slaughter cattle and eat their flesh, do we just eat the cattle itself or are we eating something along with that? It's good to our taste. It means we are getting the best part of the cattle and making it a part of myself. Just think about it, in the animal kingdom, do you find any species of animals that eat as much variety or as much quantity as human beings do? There is nothing human kind does not eat or absorb. Centering on man, many forms of the creation exist, for whom were they created? We have a saying in Korean. We live to eat or we eat to live. It is interchangeable.