Practitioners Outside China Should Submit Articles to the Clearwisdom Website More Often
Living outside China in a free environment, we constantly encounter and handle issues such as how to cultivate and validate the Fa in the ordinary world and how to balance the relationship between work and daily life. We are faced with environments that are different from the forced labor camp and the persecution suffered by practitioners in Mainland China. Chinese practitioners living outside China also deal with other countries' different customs. So in our cultivation we each have our own difficulties.
As Fa-rectification's progress speeds up, I believe that many practitioners who have once fallen behind or taken a detour also want to catch up with the Fa-rectification. Nevertheless, practitioners in Mainland China write most of the articles posted on the Minghui/Clearwisdom website. We seldom see experience-sharing articles by practitioners outside China. Although the problems we encounter in cultivation are the same in nature, the effect of reading articles based on Mainland China practitioners' experience is, after all, very different from that of articles based on overseas practitioners' situations. If overseas practitioners in different areas could also write more articles and get them published on the Minghui/Clearwisdom website, it will undoubtedly greatly motivate practitioners who have fallen behind. This way, they can also quickly do better to make up for what they have done wrong and strive forward diligently.
When submitting articles, we need to pay attention to the following two things. First, the Minghui/Clearwisdom website is facing three kinds of readers (practitioners, ordinary people and the evil) at the same time. We need to avoid complaining about problems between overseas practitioners and work details so as not to cause non-practitioners to misunderstand us or leave a gap for the evil exploit. Secondly, we need to pay attention and look at problems from the standpoint of Fa-principles and cultivation. We need to talk about problems in a kind and positive way so that we can encourage and help practitioners to improve as one whole body.