(Minghui.org) On the afternoon of May 10, 2018, a fellow practitioner and I went out to tell people the facts about Falun Dafa. As we approached the gate of our residential community, we saw two street committee directors and a female property maintenance worker posting something on the wall. We went over and saw that they were posters with negative statements about Dafa. They used cartoons to illustrate their point, and were titled: “What to do if you encounter such and such a religion.”

I said to the other practitioner: “Let's go back home and send righteous thoughts so that a strong wind will blow the posters away.” I thought that perhaps I would tear them down in the evening. However, I worried about being seen by the surveillance cameras in the neighborhood. I thought that an alternative would be to rely on other practitioners to do the job. But Later, I realized that it was my responsibility to handle an issue that was affecting my community.

I began sending righteous thoughts more frequently. It really helped. The posters went up on Thursday afternoon, and I sent righteous thoughts all day on Friday. At 6:00 a.m. on Saturday morning, I also sent righteous thoughts toward the property management.

A very strong wind developed that day. Soon, two of the posters were half ripped off. I then increased the intensity of sending righteous thoughts. The more righteous thoughts I sent, the stronger the wind became. When I looked again, the posters had been almost totally demolished by the wind.

On my way to group Fa study that evening, I met the property manager as he was walking around a tree. I greeted him and said, “Do you want the property to be prosperous?” He replied, “Of course.” I then asked, “If the property is prosperous, I should share in the prosperity too?” “Right,” he concurred.

He was on his way to deliver fish to the cafeteria. I pointed out, “If you want the property to be prosperous, you should remove those malicious posters.” “Why is that?” he asked.

“If you take a look,” you will see that the posters are harmful and allowing them is not good for you either.”

When we got to the gate he inquired, “Who posted these here?” As he was tearing them down, he told everyone inside the gatehouse, “I have removed these posters,” and he then threw them in the trash can.

Later on, I had an opportunity to clarify the truth to the woman who originally helped display the posters. She also accepted the explanation I gave her.