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Falun Dafa reverses moral decline

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n com sign 033 Mr. Deng and his brother were visiting New York City from Nanjing City in eastern China. They stopped to talk to a Tuidang volunteer who explained to them about Falun Dafa and its principles Truthfulness; Compassion and Tolerance. Mr. Deng was very interested, and the conversation evolved into a serious discussion about the current situation in China. Mr. Deng said he felt that the morals of Chinese people has been in decline for some years and that the Chinese Communist Party [CCP] has always been against gods and individual faith. He now understood that the CCP has been trying to defame Falun Dafa because the practice encourages individual faith. Ms. Deng said Falun Dafa was great because it raised people’s moral levels. “When the moral level drops, people don’t believe in god and relations between people deteriorate,” Deng said, adding that the three words ‘Truthfulness-Compassion-Tolerance’ that Falun Dafa are based on were so powerful that they were able to stop the moral decline of society. Mr. Deng and his brother were appalled by the Chinese Communist Party’s persecution of Falun Dafa and quit both the Young Pioneers and the Youth League, the two affiliated CCP organizations, with the help of the Tuidang volunteer.  ]]>

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