(Clearwisdom.net) Mrs. Cao's husband, Lao Meng, is blind and has diabetes. Mrs. Cao needs to look after him constantly. Several days ago, Mrs. Cao took Lao Meng, who had never studied Falun Dafa, to Tiananmen Square. Once there, Mrs. Cao held one end of a bamboo stick to lead the way and Lao Meng followed behind her holding the other end. Mrs. Cao purposely took Lao Meng to the areas where there were the most people around. As she was walking, she shouted loudly "Falun Dafa is good." Lao Meng also shouted after her "Falun Dafa is good." The tourists all stopped in their steps and listened to the two old people's touching voices.

The two old people shouted, "Falun Dafa is good" across the entire square. The strange thing is that no policemen showed up to arrest them. Mrs. Cao then took Lao Meng to the Golden Water Bridge in front of the Tiananmen Building. She put a tape recorder there and pushed the play button. The tape had been previously recorded at home. On it were the two old people shouting loudly from their hearts, "Falun Dafa is good!" "Falun Dafa is the righteous law!" "Restore the reputation of Falun Dafa!" "Restore Master's reputation!" The voices were very moving. Lao Meng said the first few minutes of the tape were empty and the voices were recorded afterwards. Thus, the tape recorder did not broadcast the two old people's voices until they had walked far away from the Golden Water Bridge.

After they returned home from Beijing, Mrs. Cao had to take her husband, Lao Meng, to a hospital for a routine medical examination. The examination results showed that Lao Meng's diabetes and blood sugar were both normal, which had never occurred in over ten years. What a miracle! Lao Meng had not studied Falun Dafa before and only followed his wife to Beijing and shouted a few times, "Falun Dafa is good!" His diabetes was cured as a result, thanks to Master Li Hongzhi. Now, Lao Meng fully believes Falun Dafa and listens to Master Li's "Lectures in Jinan" everyday. One day, Mrs. Cao was about to take some Dafa truth materials from a fellow practitioner's home, Lao Meng hastened to tell her, "Don't forget to bring me one."

December 29, 2001