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  • Boubacar Diallo

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    Heavenly Parents can guide him in his new life and from Africa to Brasil he was and will be for me and my family a exemple of love and kindness. Thank Rev Zin Moon kim

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  • Lloyd Howell

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    We crossed paths in Kodiak in 1998 where he bent over and kneeled on the ground to help me get a fishing boot on my foot. He was a true example of an elder brother. He was not worried about position and naturally took to aiding me much to the dismay of my nearby 777 couple continental director who couldn’t possibly imagine doing that sort of thing. The look on that person’s face was one of shock. Indeed Rev. Z M Kim’s example was judgment of the heart. I’ll always remember you for that one time our paths crossed. God bless you kind and dear elder brother. I am now looking for those who need help with their boots, so to speak.

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  • Tom Cutts, ACLC National Executive Director

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    When Dr. Kim first came to the States after living in Africa for several years, he was the Regional Leader for the Atlanta Region for 21-days. During that time he and I spent ten days on the road together visiting all the church centers in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee. I have many exquisite memories of our time together.

    We got stranded in a snow storm on the way from Nashville to Knoxville, and he couldn’t believe that in a developed country, the weather would prevent travel.

    Dr. Kim always took advantage of any time together to share about True Parents and the Divine Principle. I’ll never forget being in Uruguay for a God’s Day program around 1997. During a fishing tournament, several brothers were having lunch sitting under a bridge trying to stay out of the sun and the wind. Dr. Kim joined us, and while we were happy to rest and enjoy the break, he engaged us by sharing about meetings he had with True Father just that morning.

    I was sorry he was so ill at the end of his life. Now he is able to help True Father from Spiritual World. May Heaven Bless this man of God and his family.

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  • Nandi

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    Thank You Rev. Zin Moon Kim
    The love and strong guidance you gave to my family while in Atlanta made a strong impression in my heart and spiritual life, I am going to miss you terribly. I am forever grateful for the love, the clear and forthright suggestions you gave. May True Father welcome you like the True son you are to True Parents, Aju

    Nandi- WFWP Harlem

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  • Janine Takahashi

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    Rev. Zin Moon Kim, when you were the leader in California, you really touched me with your honest and parental heart. You represented Father well. Not perfectly, but still very well. I’ll miss you.

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  • Chung

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    I remember that I met Rev. Kim in UB in 1993. Rev. Kim is still living in my heart.

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  • Bruno Klotz

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    Thank you, Rev. Kim, for compiling the book “The victory of love” with all the precious speeches of Heung Jin Nim. Heung Jin Nim is certainly extremely grateful for that.

    God bless you, and I wish you big success in your work in the spiritual world!

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  • Maria Piperis

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    So much gratitudine goes to our Rev. Kim, who gave us precious education on DP and heavenly tradition and was our most loved regional leader in California. He’ll be in our hearts always. I like to think that he will be a wonderful help to our True Father in the spirit world.

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  • Tyler Hendricks

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    Our eternal gratitude and affection to a true elder brother and teacher. He helped our HQ staff penetrate and love Father’s words everyday. He was the champion of “living for the sake of others” as our core principle. He pulled not just our HQ, but our families together, helping husband and wife, parents and children. He was very humble before True Parents, and a person for whom Jim Collins’s phrase, “brutally honest,” was created! But also, “lovingly perceptive,” I’d say. He had a very deep innocence, which brings a painful awareness of fallen nature. A special human being.

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  • John laura blanksvärd

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    We had the previewed to spend time in minneapolis minnesota toghether.always rev zim moon kim you are in our prayer.thank you for your teaching ‘s and your hearth .always in our heart. Thank you for giving always so much

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  • Marta Maria de Carvalho Rodrigues

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    It´s our mission to be solidary with our elder brother´s family from here in Portugal. We are going to pray to him and his family.
    We leave here our heart of profound respect and also aour condolosces tos his family.
    May HP and TP’s love may help him to to achive the highest level in SW.
    Love,
    Marta de Carvalho – WFWP/Portugal

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  • Yoshinori Ono

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    In 1993 Rev. Kim was a leader of North America, he came to see New Yorker Staff and families at 39th floor sky lounge. We asked to name our new born daughter and he named ” Soo Hwa” within 10 minutes to use my son’s a part of name( 1st Chinese character).
    Thank you, Rev. Kim who always concerned members and families.

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