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I once noticed on a spring day a dandelion-seed/tuft moving through the iron bars freely, dancing into the room. It was beautiful indeed. On my way outside to exercise, I even noticed many unfamiliar flower buds abloom on the red bricks of the prison. How bitterly I wept in my cell that day! How powerful and fresh that one word-life. It held me! Before the one great life that fills the infinite universe and before the unending stream of life, there can be neither wall nor division, nor decay nor death.

Explaining that life is a key word in leading people to recognize the importance of the problem, Kim argues for the urgency of recovering the essential nature of life, which is boundless, free and creative and always changing while creating harmony. Kim's compassion reaches to every living thing; he hopes that they recover their own essential nature while creatively changing and unifying themselves. His boundless compassion for damaged and injured life is well expressed in Aerin, a serial poem.

Without the commensal birds Who peck out bits stuck in the gaps, The crocodile's teeth would decay And with rotted teeth His life as a carnivore would be over. But nature is wise and merciful, And with her symbiotic principle, Harmonizes all creations. Hence crocodile birds. Just one one-hundredth the size of the crocodile, But unless they peck out the bits The crocodile's teeth would soon decay, And once the teeth began to rot away, His life as a carnivore would be over. He would die of hunger Behold!

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