(Minghui.org) Two Falun Gong practitioners, Jane and Jenny, went to a middle school to distribute informational materials exposing the Chinese Communist Party’s persecution of Falun Gong.

The security guard stopped them from entering the campus. They saw some students pass by them, so they asked the kids to pass on copies of “Disintegrating the Party Culture” to their homeroom teachers.

The security guard took the book from one student and approached Jane and Jenny, “This is a banned book. Don’t leave. I’m calling the police now.”

Jane tried to stop the security guard, “Why don’t you take a look at the book first?” The guard ignored her and began to dial on his phone.

Jane tried again, “Wait a second. I promise we won’t run away. It seems that you have misunderstood us. How about you give us a chance to explain what the book is about and then you can decide whether you should call the police.”

The guard agreed, “OK. I’ll see what you have to say.”

While Jane talked to the guard, Jenny kept sending forth righteous thoughts.

Jane started the conversation by asking the guard why today’s students are so spoiled and lack a sense of responsibility, compassion, and work ethic. The guard concurred that some students are indeed big headaches, as they smoke, drink, fight, and deceive their parents and teachers.

He wondered if Jane knew the answer. Jane replied that she believes the Party culture is the culprit, as it has permeated the entire society, and teachers no longer educate their students with traditional Chinese values.

The guard had no clue of what the Party culture was, and Jane pointed to the book in his hand, “This book is a rare piece, as it gives an in-depth analysis of what the Party culture is and why it must be disintegrated.”

Jane continued, “My understanding is that the Party culture requires everyone to follow whatever the Party says and does. One must put the Party’s interest above everything else. Given such a culture, the standards for being a good person have deviated from traditional Chinese culture, which values reverence for the divine, benevolence, righteousness, propriety, wisdom and faith.”

Jane explained that the lack of trust and the decline in morality is a result of the Party’s abandonment of traditional Chinese values. As many people are influenced by the Party culture, they have lost their independent thinking.

Jane encouraged the guard to read the book, “If you still have the Party culture in your mind, you can’t even find your own voice, as you must follow what the Party says.”

The guard replied that a person without independent thinking must be like a robot and he didn’t want to be like that. Jane commended him and pointed out that teachers today have imparted the Party culture to their students, who no longer know what is right and what is wrong.

Jane then turned the topic to Falun Gong, “Many people oppose whoever the Party is attacking. For instance, Falun Gong is being persecuted and many people simply repeat the Party’s lies against the practice without thinking for themselves. If you look into Falun Gong’s principles of Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance, you’ll know that it simply teaches people to be good and kind.”

The guard was curious, “Are you a Falun Gong practitioner?” Jane nodded and said, “I have first-hand experience with Falun Gong and I know it’s good.”

The guard worried that good people will be taken advantage of in today’s society. Jane asked him what kind of employees he’d like to have if he were his own boss, “Let’s say you ask an employee to purchase products of the best quality, but he gives you some poor-quality substitutes. Would you be happy about that?”

The guard smiled, “I’d demote or even fire him for doing such a thing!”

Jane told him that being a truthful person, be it employee or employer, will eventually pay off. She then asked him about his opinion of Falun Gong.

The guard said that he is a man of his own mind, and he agreed that the Falun Gong principles are indeed good. Jane followed up by explaining the importance of quitting the CCP and its affiliated organizations. He agreed to do so without hesitation when urged by Jane.