Chinese Government Official Sees the principle of “Good is rewarded with good and evil is met with evil” in Action

When we came to the Chinese embassy in Athens it had already closed two hours before, so we were a bit disappointed with ourselves for not checking the working hours before coming. Suddenly the large carport opened and out came a big luxury car with a Chinese man in it. I went over to him and he told me “come back tomorrow”. I said OK.

We sat down in the park opposite the embassy and reflected on our thoughts and actions. After thinking about the situation, we decided to grab the next chance that came up to clarify the truth. As we thinking this another opportunity emerged. The large carport opened again and out came a big new Mercedes. I quickly approached the driver and started to talk to him. We talked for at least 40 minutes. He was quite negative, but every time he attempted to call Falun Gong a slanderous term he found it impossible to remember the word. My wife and child who were with me were sitting in the park maintaining positive and upright thoughts. Approaching the end of our conversation, I told him “Chinese people have a saying that good is rewarded with good, and evil is punished with evil. It’s a heavenly law and no one can escape that. Heaven sees everything”. I also said some verses in Chinese. He said, “I don’t believe in that”. Saying that, the brand new Mercedes started to roll backwards (the drive way was an upslope). The hand brake or the foot brake didn’t work neither did the engine start. He crashed to the fence. At that moment I had a superficial thought thinking that it was pity for such a nice car to crash and also feeling pity for the official. Miraculously the car had no marks from the crash, even though it made a loud crashing noise. I asked the official: “Do you believe now?” He was quite shaken up and left. I put material in the mailbox, as he didn’t want to accept any.

From practitioners in Greece

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