PureInsight | May 23, 2005
[PureInsight.org] During group discussions, I often hear fellow practitioners telling Falun Gong Volunteer Assistants, members of the local Falun Dafa Association, or coordinators of truth-clarification project groups such assessments as "there is this or that problem in our whole body of Falun Gong practitioners."
After I calmed down and studied the Fa, I had a clearer understanding of the type of issue: We are part of the one body of Falun Gong practitioners, and this one body is consisted of many individual Falun Gong practitioners (or many particles.) It follows that it may be inappropriate to point out problems of the whole group from a perspective of an "outsider" of the group. As a member of the one body, shouldn't we silently complement the inadequacies of fellow practitioners to harmonize the entire body of Falun Gong practitioners instead? When many of us judge the whole body of practitioners from the outsider's perspective, we will weaken the whole body. Sometimes we will even give opportunities to the evil to "divide and conquer" us.
We are part of the entire body of practitioners. When a problem occurs, we should take it as our responsibility and coordinate with each other to solve the problem. Then these loopholes and inadequacies will be quickly remedied or rectified, and we will manifest the power of the Fa as one body.
Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/zj/articles/2005/5/20/32432.html