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Master Is Always Watching over Dafa Disciples

November 11, 2009 |   By a Falun Gong practitioner from Hubei Province

(Clearwisdom.net) On July 30, 2009, I received a phone call from the child of my younger sister, who is a fellow practitioner. She asked me if I knew her mother's phone number. I said I didn't. She said that she had not been able to contact her mother for a week. I knew that the CCP must have taken her, but where? Who should I ask? As I was wondering who I should ask, my mind became clear that I should ask Master for help. I washed my face and hands and burned incense in front of Master's picture. I said to Master: "Master, my sister did not come home for one week and her children are looking for her everywhere. Where could she be? Master, please give me a hint."

That afternoon I returned home after attending group Fa study. As soon as I got home, I received a phone call from a fellow practitioner in another county. I was told that my sister had been arrested by police on July 20. That practitioner and I had never contacted each other by phone before, so I thought that it must be Master who was helping us. After that, I called my elder sister (also a practitioner) in yet another city and told her about our younger sister. The next day we met. After we briefly exchanged information, we went to the other county and found the fellow practitioner that had called me. She asked me if I had called her the day before. I said, "No, I do not even have your phone number." She said that when she got home after attending group Fa study the day before, her neighbor told her, "Your phone rang for a very long time. I don't know who was calling you." The fellow practitioner pressed the return call button, and it reached my cell phone. At that moment I could not express my gratitude to Master.

According her, my younger sister was taken to the detention center.

After some discussion we reached a consensus: we could used the incident of my sister being arrested to clarify the truth to the police to save them and rescue my sister. This is what we did: we called the relevant departments one by one and requested the release of my younger sister. We knew it was necessary that our starting point be righteous: "We are practitioners and we will attain righteous enlightenment of selflessness and altruism. We must be calm no matter what attitude the other party takes, and we must not be afraid or fight with them. We should keep powerful righteous thoughts and talk to them with compassion and a peaceful mind." In this way, my elder sister and I sought out all levels of government officials, clarified the truth to them, and demanded the unconditional release of our younger sister.

On August 4 we heard the news that my younger sister and another practitioner were released unconditionally.

October 28, 2009