(Minghui.org) My husband doesn't practice Falun Gong. Although he supports my practice and truth-clarification efforts and sometimes he even helps me, he still does not fully understand the truth. For example, he still has illusions about the Chinese Communist Party, because he does not recognize its evil nature. He is unclear why the Party persecutes Falun Gong practitioners, is apathetic, and doesn't believe in the existence of gods.

I resented him for turning a blind eye to the truth, because he didn't read news articles that told the facts and never got on the Minghui website. This emotion emerged because I didn't cultivate well, which I had to break through. I always argued with him, hoping that he would agree with my point of view, but to no avail.

Then I selected articles from the “Opinion & Perspective” column on Minghui.org to help him, and left printed copies on our coffee table. He did read them, and gradually changed his understanding on the Party. He talked to others regarding the information presented in those articles while he was out taking a walk. He also asked me for software to break through the Internet blockade. He also asked me to give him some calenders which contained information about Falun Gong, because he wanted to give them to friends. When he noticed that people threw away pamphlets about Falun Gong, he picked them up. Although he didn't say anything, I could see that he really appreciated what Dafa practitioners had written.

I came across Mr. Liu, a shoe repairman, during my truth-clarification efforts. He withdrew from the CCP and its affiliated organizations, and also helped me tell others to withdraw from the Party. His business boomed, and sometimes his shop was full of people chatting, while others played chess outside. I noticed they didn't pay much attention to the pamphlets about Falun Gong, so I regularly showed them articles from the Minghui website, and they really enjoyed reading them. After that Mr. Liu would often ask me, “What else [information] do you have?” I would then share my materials with him, so that he could give them to others.

I used to work in a school. After a while, most of the teachers withdrew from the CCP, except for two people. One was a former principal, and the other one was a headmaster. They were both university graduates, Party members, over 70 years old, and atheists. They thought that since the CCP gives them money, they couldn't betray it, but they were very interested in finding out about current events. I brought articles from Minghui.org to their homes and said: “Wise men read articles written by wise men. I am concerned about you, and will visit you again in a few days.” They both accepted the materials gladly.

Meanwhile, I gave articles to another former headmaster, who was a graduate from Liaoning University. We ran into each other on the street three days later and he said to me: “I've read the articles. They're really good, very well written.” I asked: “Have you read all of them?” He replied: “Yes, I read all of them. Actually, there will soon be a change at the top.”

He doesn't easily praise people nor is he easily convinced, but he commented positively on these articles, “They are not written by ordinary people; not many people dare to write something like that.” His friends were waiting for him, so we had to wrap up our conversation. I am sure that he will tell others about the things he has seen. People like that are like live media, and a lot of people are willing to listen to the opinion of these scholars.