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Company Chief Severs Ties with Chinese Communist Party

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A Tuidang volunteer in China  |  Minghui.org
A Falun Dafa practitioner, a Tuidang volunteer works as a security guard for a company. He is known by his colleagues as being kind and easy going. He used always to read a book during his break.

The company chief became curious and asked him what he was reading. The volunteer said that he practiced Falun Dafa, and talked about the persecution by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). He suggested to the chief that he withdraw from the CCP and its affiliated organizations.

Although the chief did not withdraw from the Party, he acknowledged that Falun Dafa is a good practice, and he borrowed a copy of Zhuan Falun.

Since then, the chief often chatted with the volunteer during their down time, and he answered many questions he had. The practitioner again advised him to withdraw from the Party, but the chief said that he did not believe that spiritual and supernatural beings existed.

It happened to be evening. The practitioner took the chief outside to an empty area. He asked, “You don’t see anyone here, right?” He then led the chief to the monitor control room. He pointed at the monitor and asked, “What do you see now?” The chief was very surprised to see lots of silhouettes in the empty area where they just had been.

The practitioner explained, “Our human eyes can only see things within a certain range. We are unable to see things beyond this range. Just because we don’t see ‘something,’ does not mean that ‘something’ does not exist. The camera can magnify objects, and it enlarged microscopic things for us to see.”

The chief finally understood, “Indeed! There are many things we aren’t able to see, but it does not mean that they do not exist.” He then raised his right hand, and announced solemnly, “I want to withdraw from the CCP’s affiliated organizations – the Communist Youth League and the Young Pioneers.”

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