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A Predestined Encounter With Strangers Helping Them to Quit the CCP

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A Tuidang volunteer, Hebei Province, China  |  Minghui

Tuidang, quit the party (minghui.org/)

I was looking for a place where I could safely tell the truth to people about Falun Dafa and quitting CCP. When I arrived near a river bank, there were two women and a man who asked me whether I could take them to the beach. I said that I could take them, so they offered to pay me.

I told them I would take them for free, but they said that they would not get in the car unless I accepted their money. They finally agreed to the ride, however, since I said I would be passing by that area anyway.

They confided in me, “We met a good person today. It’s a long way to walk from the bus station to the beach. We had waited for quite a while, and no cars passed by.”

I said, “It’s predestined. Do you believe in a predestined relationship?” I said, “I cultivate Buddhahood. My Master teaches us to be considerate of others when encountering anything. We follow the principles of Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance. I cultivate Falun Dafa. Have you heard about this cultivation practice?” They said they had heard about it.

“Do not believe the lies of the government-owned media,” I said. “Jiang Zemin made up those lies to pave the road for persecuting Falun Gong.

They agreed with me, and one of them said, “My mother believes in a Buddha. It’s not a crime having a faith. I can tell that you are a kind person.”

When we arrived at the beach, I told them about quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

I told them, “There are three withdrawals. You made an oath when you joined the Party. So you should quit both the CCP and its youth organizations, and void the oath that pledged your life to the CCP.” They agreed to do the withdrawals after I gave them pseudonyms to submit online.

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