Editorial: Express Your Pure Insights in a Few Words

Pure Insight Editors

PureInsight | June 4, 2001

After the elevation of their realizations of the cosmos, time & space, the human body, etc., Dafa practitioners will be the source of articles for the PureInsight.org. As long as one is in cultivation practice, every practitioner has his/her own rich, pure insights. For example, in chatting with other practitioners, you frequently hear something that could come only from the wisdom of practitioners. However, many of you may find it difficult to write a full article due to inexperience in writing, shortage of time, or uncertainty in citing references correctly.

Actually, in many cases the key point(s) can be condensed and written down in a few words. The essence or core idea of many wonderful articles may be expressed within a few lines.

To more fully manifest the righteous thoughts of Dafa practitioners, we are hereby encouraging all to jot down something from your daily life, activities, or casual conversations. To display your ideas to the world, we are now creating a new type of article in PureInsight.org designated “In a Few Words”.

As long as it is a realization of a genuine practitioner, your submitted article may be very short, or even without its beginning or end, and does not need to be complete or exact.
For example: You may vaguely remember something about “Pre-historic civilization” that was in an article you happened to see a while ago and there is no way to find that original reference. Or you may hear bits and pieces about some ancient prophecy. Or you may have a brand new understanding of physics. And so on. In these situations, it would be hard to come up with full and completely accurate articles but you may submit them as Notes to our “In a Few Words” section. This continuous accumulation of drops in the form of these short notes will be part of the process of developing the future science, so long as the brilliant ideas with righteous notions of the Dafa disciples are shining therein.

(Translated on June 3rd, 2001 from an edited version of a recent editorial in Chinese: http://www.zhengjian.org/sci/sci/home/newscontent.asp?ID=10337)

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