Falun Dafa Gave a Terminal Patient His Second Life

PureInsight | April 7, 2007

[PureInsight.org] In this
immense university, stories of joy, sorrow, union, and separation
continuously evolve among its countless human beings.  I want to
tell such a story that happened in a hospital. Iit has undeniably
validated Maser's compassion and the miracle of Falun Dafa.

On the evening of December 31, 2006, little Wu was getting ready for
his night shift. When he walked down the stairs, all a sudden, he lost
control of his legs and his breathing became increasingly difficult.
His wife was terrified and called a taxi, and Wu was taken to a
hospital. After emergency treatment and tests, he was diagnosed with
terminal uremia and his life was in imminent danger.

The next morning, his parents, other relatives, and friends all went to
the hospital. His attending physician told everyone that in order to
save Wu's life, hemodialysis was absolutely necessary. However, he also
informed them about the consequences of this procedure, which sounded
pretty scary. All the relatives agreed that hemodialysis should be the
last resort.  After listening to a colleague of Wu's who mentioned
that there was a kidney specialist in a certain area, Wu's sister and
mother decided to go look for the specialist.

Once they went to that city, they found that no one had heard of that
specialist, not even the police.  After a whole day of inquiry,
they failed to find the doctor and went back home disappointed. By then
Wu already suffered from respiratory failure. Even on oxygen , he had
difficulty breathing. Occasionally he was semi-unconscious.  His
friends, who wanted to have a holiday get together, came to visit him
in the hospital and, after hearing the shocking news, they left him 100
yuan and went back to discuss funeral

Wu's mother is a Falun Dafa practitioner.  While she watched her
dying son and exhausted daughter-in-law, she did not feel the sorrow of
losing a son, but instead only the regret of a young life that had
obtained the Fa and had not cherished it. In addition, she worried
about the future of her daughter-in-law.  She held her son up,
recited the Fa, sent forth righteous thoughts, and asked Master to give
her son one more chance.

Wu slowly revived and recited the Fa with his mother. He also asked
Master to give him one more chance.  After his mother related the
consequences of hemodialysis to him, he decided that he would never
have that treatment and become a burden his wife.  They recited
"Lunyu," various jinwen, and Zhuan Falun.
Right after they recited "Genuinely Bringing People Toward Higher
Levels," a miracle happened: Wu was tired and went to sleep without his
oxygen tube, and he slept peacefully and soundly.

An hour later, the nurse came in to take a blood sample and woke him
up. He got up and went to the restroom. With his back straight, he
walked down the hallway. His attending physician and nurses were so
astonished.  Many patients and their relatives all witnessed the
miracle of Dafa. Wu then walked downstairs for his ultrasound and ECG.

When his friends came to visit him the next day, they found that he was
quite a different person. They, too, marveled at the miracle of
Dafa.  In the following checkups, there were still minor problems,
but Wu refused to have hemodialysis.  He convinced his wife, and
stopped his IV.   After reading the lectures, he realized
that he did not have any illness and he recuperated completely. 
His physician had to let Wu leave the hospital, even though he could
not quite comprehend it.  Wu's supervisor at work tried to visit
him in the hospital after he had already checked out. After listening
to the story from the doctor, his supervisor also found it
incredible.  Wu's friends and relatives were quite skeptical of
his behavior. But they watched him recover nicely day after day so they
had nothing more to say.

Through this occurrence, many people have witnessed the miracle of
Dafa: Wu's relatives and friends, colleagues and supervisor at work,
doctors, nurses, and relatives of other patients in the hospital.

Translated from: http://zhengjian.org/zj/articles/2007/4/5/43175.html

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