(Minghui.org) Practitioners participate in many events where they wear T-shirts or jackets that have messages about Falun Dafa. They may wear these clothes every day, hoping to let more people know about Dafa or the persecution in China. When we're so clearly identified as Falun Dafa practitioners, we should remember that our behavior will affect people's attitude towards Dafa.

I have seen situations in which practitioners did not conduct themselves well in public. For example, speaking too loudly on buses, trains, or in crowded public areas, walking together in a row of three or four across and blocking the sidewalk, or pushing to the front instead of patiently waiting in line. When people see us acting rudely, what impression do they have of us?

I have two suggestions. One is to always behave properly in all circumstances; otherwise, please change into regular clothes.

This is my opinion, based on what I've observed. Please point out anything inappropriate.