PureInsight | April 11, 2016
[PureInsight.org] This happened a few years ago. I am writing about it today to remind fellow practitioners to eliminate the attachments to the third or the fourth generation.
I took care of my grandson since he was born. He was so lovely and like the apple of my eye. He started to listen to Dafa music including Pudu and Jishi when he was learning to speak. Then I taught him to practice. Sometimes he was very happy; sometimes not. I knew it was because I spoiled him. My daughter in law suddenly for no reason didn’t want me to take care of my grandson anymore, when he started elementary school. They even moved out and didn’t want me to see him. I didn’t think much about it based on the Fa; instead I went to see him through the window in the evenings. How I attached I was to him!
One day, I took my grandson out when my daughter in law was not at home. I told him that I would buy him anything he liked. He was so happy and sat on the rear seat of my bicycle. However, on the way, my bicycle hit an electric post and he fell to the ground. I picked him up quickly and didn’t find any wounds. But he wasn’t breathing and hitting him on the back did nothing. I hurried to Chaoyang Hospital for rescue and fortunately, two directors there were involved in emergency care. I begged them to let me stay there but was refused. I was sweating all over, even though it was December and deep winter. Several people came out and went into the emergency room with serious expressions, but nobody answered my questions. I suddenly woke up and said to Master, “I know I was too attached to my grandson. Master wanted to eliminate my attachment and I would do not it. But now, how can I talk to my son and my daughter in law? They are all ordinary people.”
My tears continued to flow until the director came to me quietly. I asked him sadly, “Please help my grandson! How is he doing now?” The director said, “He is pretty good. You may just take him home.” I couldn’t believe my ears and asked, “Why didn’t he speak?” “He fell asleep,” the director replied. “Why wasn’t he breathing?” I continued. “You just didn’t notice his breathing,” he replied. “Even though I may not see it, I should be able to feel it!” I said. “Feeling doesn’t mean anything!” he replied. “Feeling doesn’t mean anything…” I repeated his words and ran to my grandson. He was still alive! Yes, I should wake up. The attachment to my grandson was a double-edged sword. Thanks for Master’s stick warning.
Back home, my grandson was so happy to see his mom and dad. Unlike before, they also greeted me with a smile. I suddenly understood some Fa principles (at my level). Plus I had a deeper understanding of Master’s Fa in Zhuan Falun: “Cultivation is up to you, gong is up to the Master”.
Because my level is limited, if there are any shortcomings in what I have written, please kindly point them out.
Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/node/151909