(Minghui.org) Because of the persecution in China, we can’t distribute truth-clarification materials openly. So we prefer small printed materials with rich, readable, and in-depth truth clarification content. In my opinion, Minghui Weekly is very good.

Minghui Weekly has reports about current affairs, important anniversaries, cultivation stories, persecution cases and important current events in China, such as the flooding in Zhengzhou City and the Wuhan plague (COVID-19).

I think the content is appropriate. It is not limited to cultivation content, and it is not indifferent to major social issues, but it is full of care for sentient beings, the promotion of Dafa, and condemnation of the evil that harms sentient beings.

Minghui Weekly is printed on two A4-sized pages. Once folded in half, they are so small and light that I can easily carry a few dozen copies at a time. I have been handing out Minghui Weekly for a long time. I thank the editors and express my hope that the Minghui Weekly continues to improve.

I read an article on Minghui recently that described some practitioners in other media used materials from Minghui.org in their reports, but intentionally removed the source and the names of the Minghui reporters. The contribution of the original authors and the Minghui website was thus not acknowledged.

In my opinion, the media run by individual practitioners with their own prestige and direction are not comparable to Minghui.org. Using content from Minghui and deleting the source before publishing it, these practitioners intend to save sentient beings, but their actions are improper. Were these not actions driven by selfishness? If the reputation of these media truly grows, can articles with impure factors truly save people?

The content selected by Minghui Weekly is timely and pure. Minghui does not participate in politics or ignore the perpetrators in the persecution. These are things that other media are not able to do. As Dafa practitioners, when doing things to save people, we should first act righteously. At the same time, we should let go of the attachments to fame and gain. Especially in the projects to save people, we should let go of the selfish pursuits of fame and gain even more.

Editor's note: This article only represents the author’s current understanding meant for sharing among practitioners so that we can “Compare with one another in study, in cultivation.” (“Solid Cultivation,” Hong Yin)