(Minghui.org) Numerous Chinese citizens have been turned against Falun Dafa by the communist regime's false propaganda that permeates the Chinese media. The concept that “what goes around comes around” is rooted deeply in traditional Chinese culture. People who realize past mistakes thus often try to right them. Here are two examples of people who mistakenly did things against Falun Dafa setting the record straight.
I work at a hospital security office and my mother practices Falun Dafa. Because I believed the lies published by the evil Chinese Communist Party (CCP), I told my mother not to practice Falun Dafa on July 20, 1999, the day the CCP launched the persecution of this cultivation practice.
However, my mother said, “I believe in Master.” Being deeply convinced by the evil CCP's lies I said something that was disrespectful toward Falun Dafa and its founder. Now I realized that I was wrong.
Herewith, I solemnly declare that everything I have said and done against and disrespectful toward Falun Dafa and its founder is null and void. I believe that Falun Dafa is good and support it. I will take any opportunity to tell people that Falun Dafa is good and make up for the losses that I have caused to Falun Dafa.
My wife was arrested and discharged from her workplace for practicing Falun Dafa in 2004. Since then I have been strongly opposed to her cultivation and clarifying the truth about the persecution of Falun Dafa because I was afraid that she would be arrested and my home would be ransacked again. I worried for my family and thought that we would be in misery if she continued to practice Falun Dafa.
Sometimes I beat and scolded her, even destroyed Falun Dafa books and said something bad about Falun Dafa and its founder. Now I very regret for what I had done and realize that practitioners are all good people and Falun Dafa can save people.
Herewith, I solemnly declare that everything I have said and done against Falun Dafa and its founder is null and void. I will support Falun Dafa and be a good person by following the principles Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance.