Clarifying the Truth with Kindness to the Person Assigned to Follow Me
(Clearwisdom.net) Officials from the "610 Office," National Security Bureau, Public Security Bureau, police stations, community offices, and residential offices started a so-called tight-monitoring of Falun Dafa practitioners recently in Chengdu City, Sichuan Province. They assigned people to focus on monitoring Dafa practitioners in residential areas. I was also tailed by someone allocated by the community office where I lived. One day I went out for a bike ride. After about one hour of riding, I suddenly wondered if someone was following me. I pulled over to the roadside and turned around to see people also riding bicycles behind me. A young man glanced at me then rode by as if he had nothing to do with me. But I noticed his sports shoes with loose shoelaces because I saw them the day before at the gate of our residential area (I did not see the person's face clearly though).
Is it a coincidence? Right away I became alert. The young man stopped at the front crossroad and turned to the right side of the road to wait. I kept an eye on him to see what he was doing while sending forth righteous thoughts to destroy the force that was controlling him. I rode and stopped, but he kept on following me tightly. Teacher's words appeared in my head, "Clarifying the truth is the master key.... When you've really clarified the truth to the world's people in-depth, it will be different." ("Teaching the Fa at the 2003 Atlanta Fa Conference")
I decided to face him directly, so I rode to his side. While he was trying to make a phone call, I shouted at him in a harsh tone: "Who are you? Where are you from? Why are you following me?"
I saw a blue badge on his neck hidden in his T-shirt, so I asked: "Show your badge, let me know who you are!"
He was scared and spoke evasively. I shouted: "You do not tell where you are from or show your identity, but you follow me. Don't you know this is a bad behavior? So let's go to a police station to see who you really are!"
He didn't know what to do, he just repeatedly said, "I won't go to the police station with you." I asked: "Why are you following me?" He said, "Just for fun." Seeing he was flustered, I calmed down and said, "Come with me for a while." He was wondering and asked where we would go. I said, "Just follow me." Actually I just wanted to find a quiet place to tell him the facts about Dafa.
We stopped at a nearby place. I asked if he knew who I was. He said that he just knew my name. Then, I found out he was really tailing me. So I told him openly that I am a Falun Gong practitioner. Falun Gong asks people to focus on virtue and kindness, and to be good people. I asked him to verify through talking with anyone who knew me. I told him that a Dafa practitioner practices compassion. I don't want to see him being deceived by Jiang's regime's lies and do bad things. I was very sad because at such a young age, I knew he was following me because he was coerced by upper levels. I clarified the truth about Dafa to him for half an hour, and said gently, "Let's go back."
I rode together with him while clarifying the truth to him. On the way he told me: "Let me show you my badge." I saw on it "...security patrol." He told me that he was specially trained as a military policeman. He had accepted orders and has followed me twice. His supervisor told him to watch me until Jiang Zemin left Sichuan Province.
Teacher told us:
"As you clarify the truth, the words you speak and the energy you emit have the effect of intimidating and eliminating the evil. You are crucial in determining whether the beings in this world stay or get eliminated. If your words are pure and righteous they will really go right into the innermost part of people's thoughts, and instantly make people understand." ("Teaching the Fa at the 2003 Atlanta Fa Conference")
When Dafa practitioners clarify the truth with righteous thoughts and actions, the dark minions disappear in a twinkling. When people controlled by evil spirits understand the truth, they will know what to do by themselves.
August 21, 2004