A Letter to a Practitioner from a Person in China Who Learned the Truth about Falun Gong
How are you?
I don't know who you are, but I really appreciate what you have told me! As I was reading your letter, my whole body felt as if I had just experienced a kind of cleansing, as if a whole basin of clear water had been poured on top of my head, and as if a dirty shell had been broken. I also want to do something [to help you] but I can never do it, as I cannot send [e-mail] out. I hope you can teach me. I'm not afraid -- this is not my usual mailbox, and not my real address. I also won't open your e-mails on my usual Internet connection, in order to be safe.
I would like to do some good, especially since there are still people who don't know the truth [about Falun Gong] and who have been deceived. I would really like to help them. Please reply soon! In addition I would really like to access some Falun Gong websites that interest me but are blocked and monitored by the Internet police. I wonder how to deal with this? Don't worry, I'm not a bad guy. If one more good person comes to understand the truth of Falun Gong, there will be that much more hope for all of us. Even if my contribution helps the persecution end only one minute earlier, I have no regret as I have tried my best.
I'm not afraid of anything. Of course I'll be as careful as possible. I know that my life belongs not only to myself, but that I also need to help those innocent people [who have been deceived]. Right now I feel like crying for them, although I'm also proud of the Falun Gong practitioners who have been tortured to death. I feel insignificant compared to them. In addition, I do not believe that humans only have one life, but I think that there will be future lives. I also believe that good is repaid with good, and evil with evil. Isn't my flesh body just a shell? I want to make others pay attention [to Falun Gong] and I feel that doing so is making a good use of this "shell!" All right, I've taken up enough of your time, please let me hear from you!
With sincerest respects,
September 19, 2004