Remembering Our Sacred Duty in Fa-Rectification and Creating a Benevolent Environment
(Clearwisdom.net) A Falun Dafa practitioner, a roofer from Heilongjiang Province, worked at a construction site in Liaoning Province in 2003. When he first arrived at the new site, he didn't know anybody. It was very difficult for him to do Fa-rectification work. However, he always remembered his sacred duty as a Falun Dafa practitioner and created a benevolent environment for Fa-rectification with his good deeds.
The foreman of the construction team assigned the practitioner to lead a project. After the project was completed, the project owner paid him a special bonus in addition to the regular payment. The practitioner turned in all the money to the foreman, who was surprised because nobody before had ever turned in so much money. The practitioner said, "I am a Falun Dafa practitioner, and I cultivate Truthfulness, Compassion, and Tolerance and try to be a kind person. I could not take any money that I did not earn by my own work." The foreman was impressed and assigned him to be a quality inspector. He also assigned the practitioner a single room so that he could study the Fa and do the exercises. Because of his truth-clarification efforts, all the people on the construction team got to know that Falun Dafa is good and also learned the truth of Jiang's persecution of Falun Dafa. Now the practitioner has gotten in touch with the local practitioners and merged himself in the mighty current of Fa-rectification.
This practitioner created an excellent environment for Fa-rectification at the construction site. Falun Dafa banners and posters could be seen everywhere. If someone wanted to tear off the posters, ordinary people would step forward to stop it, saying, "That poster is to save people, you cannot take it down!" If police came to arrest Falun Dafa practitioners, everyone (including those who did not practice Falun Gong) would step forward and say, "We are all Falun Gong practitioners!" The police would then have to leave empty-handed.