Canada Testimonies

“I am 18 years old and I am a student at John Abbott College in Montreal, Quebec, where I study computer science. I was born and raised in Ontario and Quebec by my American mother and French father. I was born into the Unification faith and I am part of the Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles for Highschool students (CHARP) in Montreal.  My dream is to become wealthy enough to support people in need. Donating to great charities and supporting groups would be my plan to help people live a better life around the world. I believe my program will help me get a fun and exciting job in order to support such groups.”—Charles 


“I am deeply humbled to have been selected as a recipient for the 3rd Wonmo Pyeongae Foundation scholarship. Knowing how talented and remarkable the members of our community are, it is an honor to have had my work recognized from among many equally-deserving candidates. I would like to take this opportunity to thank True Mother, Reverend Kambashi, and all others involved in the selection process. Without their guidance and the encouragement of my family and friends I would not be able to accomplish what I have done so far. Upon completion of my undergraduate degree I aspire to further my education through law school or graduate school, specializing in international relations. With this knowledge, I hope to contribute to the achievement of peace by means of diplomacy. With the support of this scholarship I will continue to work diligently towards the attainment of my educational goals.”—Hyun Soo


“I am truly grateful to True Mother. I will motivate myself to work harder. Convincing yourself to do something is one of the most difficult things a person can face in their short amount of time on Earth. I’d like to invest myself every day to learn more about True Parents and the Divine Principle through Hoon Dok Hwe (study of scripture), which is one obstacle that many teenagers, including me, are faced with at school. If I do well, then it will be easier to achieve my dream job. My dream is to successfully do what I want to do in life. That is to make an ideal family, get a job that I am pleased with, and most importantly, love True Parents, my family, friends and my life.”—Jun Kin

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