PureInsight | September 12, 2005
I was sitting at the computer proof reading a number of posters relating to the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party. My two-year-old son was happily playing in the room around me when I brought up a poster with a picture of Mao Zedong on it. He came over to me, quite agitated and pointed at the screen and said "China broken."
He is only just starting to put sentences together and doesn't know that many words, but he was quite adamant and repeated "China Broken.". When I asked him what he was pointing to, he clearly pointed at Mao Zedong. When I said "Did that man break China?" he said, "Yes."
This might seem like a simple thing, and I wasn't going to write about it, but then I realized that this was really quite a profound event. A being that has only been incarnated in the world for two years, and hasn't had a chance to learn much in this lifetime already knows that Mao was evil and that he destroyed China.