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A Truck Driver Convinced His Family and Friends to Quit the CCP

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A Tuidang volunteer in China  |  Minghui

(www.chinatrucks.com)

My friend Gao Jie (pseudonym) is a trailer truck driver. His trucking business was not doing well. Consequently, he sometimes had to lease out the truck and look for other work.

He visited me for a chat once in a while. After I talked to him about the facts of Falun Dafa and about the Tuidang movement, he withdrew his membership in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations.

I always used Dafa’s teachings to guide Gao Jie when I talked to him. He listened and began to follow the teachings. He learned the principle of “no loss, no gain,” so he stopped fighting with others for profits. He became calmer and more considerate of others.

His temper also has improved. Although he has not practiced Falun Dafa yet, his mind has been purified by Dafa.

After he withdrew from the CCP, I reminded him that he should ask his family to also withdraw. It was close to the Chinese New Year. I suggested that he could tell his family and friends about Dafa when gathering for the New Year. The next time he came to visit, he brought me a list of his family members who wanted to withdraw from the CCP.

Every time on returning home from a long trip, he came to visit me and brought a list of people’s names who wanted to withdraw from the CCP.

Every time Gao Jie saw me, he said, “It is really great! My mind has become calmer!”

I often give him Dafa truth-clarification pamphlets and CDs. He reads or watches them and said that these materials helped him explain the facts more clearly.

He no longer has to worry about his income. A factory gave him several months of trailer truck work. The pay is high and steady.

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