Wicked People Killed by Flying Stones
[PureInsight.org] On August 20, 2003, a flying rock hit a police officer named Xi Ming while he was riding in a military truck. Xi lost consciousness right away and was rushed to the hospital; he died three days later. Xi had worked at a brainwashing center in a small town in Sichuan Province, where many Falun Gong practitioners were being held. Xi had been very cruel to those practitioners. On July 24, 2000, Xi had shouted at a practitioner who was on a hunger strike, yelling that nobody would care if the practitioner died of hunger. No one knows what caused the rock to suddenly roll off the mountain to strike Xi’s head so precisely, but one thing is certain: that rock was after Xi’s life!
On September 9, 2002, a “610” government official named Zhou Aijun was riding in a big truck to arrest Falun Gong practitioners in Hunan Province. The truck drove over a rock while approaching a village where many Falun Gong practitioners lived. The rock bounced up from the ground and hit Zhou’s head. Zhou was rushed to the hospital and died the next day. He was only 36 years old.
On January 27, 2003, a village leader named Rong Changke in Hebei Province was riding in a van with his whole family. When the van approached a tunnel, a rock suddenly rolled down from the mountain. The driver abruptly swerved to avoid the rock and the van fell into a nearby water reservoir, which was more than 70 meters deep. None of the six family members survived. Rong had been harassing and monitoring Falun Gong practitioners ever since the start of the persecution. Whenever there had been a village meeting, Rong had shouted at Falun Gong practitioners.
How can there be so many coincidences? Such incidences appear weird; as a matter of fact, they were all destined to happen sooner or later.
Whenever something strange happens, we should not try to find external reasons. Instead, try to figure out what might be wrong with oneself. Is one following the universal principles of truthfulness-compassion-tolerance? If one does good deeds, one will be rewarded; if one does evil deeds, one will be punished. This is a universal law.
Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/node/152641