Michigan Elected Officials Extend Special Tributes in Honor of Falun Dafa
(Minghui.org) Three Michigan state representatives and one senator issued special tributes to Falun Dafa recently, in honor of the twenty-third anniversary of Dafa's public introduction.
State Representative Kristy Pagan of the Twenty-First District stated in her special tribute, "Falun Dafa is a peaceful spiritual practice rooted in traditional Chinese culture that consists of meditation, five gentle sets of exercises, and a moral philosophy centered on the values of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance. It is these values that Falun Dafa practitioners take as a guide to their daily lives. Since 1992, over one hundred million people worldwide have become healthier, happier, and more altruistic through their practice of Falun Dafa.”
State Senator Jim Ananich of the Twenty-Seventh District stated, “Falun Dafa transcends the cultural divide, bring peace and tranquility to its followers. With its message of acceptance and harmony, Falun Dafa helps to unite people of all ages and backgrounds around the world. Through these ideas the practitioners of Falun Dafa have helped to serve their communities hosting events and classes, and sharing its moral philosophy of harmony.”
State Representative Jason Sheppard stated in his tribute, “With ceremonies to celebrate its history, practitioners of Falun Dafa will remember the vision of many people and the hours and years of commitment that have brought the group to this point. Fittingly, as they look to the past, they will also be casting an eye to the future and to the many ways in which Falun Dafa will continue to reach out in our state and the world.”
State Representative Michael Webber stated in his tribute to Falun Dafa, “This document is signed and dedicated to congratulate Falun Dafa for twenty-three years of practice and guidance. The community of the Greater Rochester Area, and the Great State of Michigan salute this great team of individuals and wish them the best of luck in promoting their practice.”