A God and a Poisonous Serpent

A Falun Gong Practitioner

PureInsight | January 2, 2006

[PureInsight.org] My girlfriend told me today that she had two weird dreams during the past two nights. The night before yesterday, she dreamed that something that looked like a giant fishhook had fallen down from the blue sky. Someone touched it by chance and found out that a giant god was saving people and wanted to pull people up to heaven. Last night she dreamed that there was a poisonous snake under her bed. It spoke human language and it was talking to her. She was very scared of it. But she knew in her dream that it would climb up to bite her if she didn't talk to it.

I was very touched after I heard of her two dreams. She herself is a member of the evil Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and she works in a government agency in Mainland China. I had tried to clarify the truth to her many times. But she didn't want to believe it. Not too long ago, I talked to her about "Nine Commentaries." Even though she knew that the evil CCP is very corrupt and has done many bad deeds, she didn't want to withdraw from it. I felt that her dreams had unusual meanings. Regardless of her attitude, Dafa is still mercifully using her dreams to indirectly hint to me and urge me to talk to her more and help her understand the truth.

Therefore, I told her, "The two dreams are aiming to tell you that you should clearly tell right from wrong, and you are the one who choose your own future path. If you make the right choice, you can go to the heaven. If you listen to the evil people's words, you will be killed. You need to be clear about this." She nodded her head and appeared to be in deep thought.

With Falun Dafa being so merciful, Master has been leading us to save sentient beings. But the evil Chinese Communist Party is like a poisonous snake that is telling lies to the whole world and poisoning all beings. Fellow practitioners, let's try our best to tell the truth since so many sentient beings are waiting for us!

Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/zj/articles/2005/11/23/34703.html

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