(Minghui.org) My father told me a story that I felt was related to some phenomenon in the current Fa-rectification.
In a mountainous village, vicious wolves ate the daughter of an elderly man. Several young men in the village went to search for the wolves and they found the wolf den in a cave. When they went in, they were stunned by one thing – the wolves that were so vicious appeared to be so scared. They hid behind one another and were all captured in the end.
People may be afraid when they see seemingly vicious wolves, but actually, wolves are also afraid of people.
This reminds me of when the police persecute Falun Gong practitioners, as the outcome can be different depending on whether one passively endures the persecution or proactively eliminates the evil.
I remember reading an article on the Minghui website a few years ago. In the article, a Falun Gong practitioner noticed that someone was monitoring him in a car. He went over and asked, “What are you doing here?” That person was so scared that he fled.
I had the following experience after I was arrested for upholding my faith. After I began a hunger strike to protest the persecution, I was force-fed by the guards. When I was being force-fed one day, I asked Master for help, “I can no longer bear this.” With Master’s help, I was able to pull out the feeding tube, even when I was still handcuffed. When the guards saw me begin to resist the force-feeding, they immediately released me.
I also read another story about a police officer interrogating a fellow practitioner. The practitioner refused to answer and took the counter punch by pointing out that the officer was trying to extract a confession from him. The officer immediately became dejected and left.
When we face the persecutors instead of passively enduring, we can proactively eliminate the evil behind the perpetrators. We should demand to know the legal basis of the persecution, their personal information, who instructed them, and whether they have any documents or instructions to support their actions, instead of being passively interrogated by them.
I believe we can effectively stop the individual 610 Office agents, the community staff members, and police officers from participating in the persecution by collecting their personal information and exposing them.
Editor’s note: This article only represents the author’s understanding in their current cultivation state meant for sharing among practitioners so that we can “Compare with one another in study, in cultivation.” (“Solid Cultivation,” Hong Yin)