A Momentary Lapse Could Mean a World of Regrets: The Urgency of Suing Jiang Zemin
(Minghui.org) While the number of lawsuits filed against Jiang Zemin has reached more than 180,000, it pales in comparison to the actual number of Falun Gong practitioners directly persecuted by the Chinese Communist Party.
The fact that many practitioners have not seemed to sense the urgency of suing Jiang reminds me of what Master allowed me to see in other dimensions years ago.
I remember seeing a gigantic manure pit under the clear blue sky. People of all stripes, including Falun Gong practitioners, were enjoying themselves inside the already dried pit. They wore feces-soaked clothes, yet most didn't seem to be bothered at all.
Many practitioners were chitchatting with each other. Even though I was busy cleansing myself most of the time, I did eventually take a break and joined others in their conversations.
Suddenly a voice boomed from outside the pit and startled me. I looked up and saw Master looking at me with a stern face. I immediately knew that I was wrong in pausing from my cleansing work. I understood at that moment that I must hurry and cannot waste even one precious moment.
As the scene unfolded, I was struck by how people kept vanishing until very few were left towards the end. It was frightening to see the initially-crowded pit reduced to an almost empty space.
It worries me that many practitioners who suffered direct persecution haven't done their part to expose the crimes committed by the former Chinese dictator. They are the “chitchatting” type of practitioners I saw in the above-mentioned scene.
It is my observation that these practitioners are obsessed with fame, sentimentality, and material interest in the human world, and they treat the Fa and cultivation as something unrealistic and inconceivable.
I'd like to remind my fellow practitioners to not fall prey to the temptations in the human world. We may feel that we have just taken a one-minute break from cultivation, yet many years may have elapsed in another time dimension.
Master told us that, “The eons of hardship were all for this day.” (“All for This Day” in Hong Yin III.)
I urge my fellow practitioners to recall their vows made hundreds of millions of years ago. We came down to the human world to assist Master with the Fa-rectification. Do we really want all our efforts end up in vain at the last moments?
In no way that I am writing this article to validate myself. I hope that by sharing what I saw in other dimensions that everyone realizes the seriousness and solemnness of our cultivation.