(Minghui.org) This is a real story that happened in May 2020. I used an alias to protect the person’s identity.

Jiang Fang is a graduate of Hangzhou University, and her family has ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Several relatives are CCP officials at the regional, municipal, and even central level in Beijing. A friend told me that when one of Jiang’s relatives was hospitalized, many local government leaders took turns to pay visits.

Jiang and a friend came to me to talk about a business project and they hoped that I would join them. I met Jiang briefly several months ago, but this was the first time we talked.

After we discussed business, we chatted about the coronavirus pandemic and the CCP’s wrongdoings.

“I believe there are divine beings,” she said. Her words surprised me. “One time I took the subway to meet a friend. After I got off the subway train, I could not get out of the platform. My eyesight is bad, so I walked around for an hour but could not find my way out. I asked people for help but I was ignored, and I could not make any phone calls. I felt like I was trapped in a twilight zone. I hugged my friend so tightly when I finally saw her. I was afraid I would never return to this world.”

I said, “Since you believe there are divine beings, I’d like to ask if you joined the CCP and its affiliated organizations?” She said she was a member of the Youth League and the Young Pioneers.

I told her, “This means that you swore to pledge your life to the Party when you were young, thus you belong to the CCP. Since the CCP is an atheist entity, and when you joined it you turned away from gods, divine beings cannot protect you. Since you became part of an atheist organization, do you think divine beings will keep you from harm if you ask them for help?” 

“What should I do?” she asked anxiously.

“Our Chinese ancestors never swore to heaven casually, because divine beings are watching us and record every oath we make. You made a vow when you joined the Party, which is equivalent to signing a contract with it. Now you need to null and void that contract. You can do that by renouncing and withdrawing from the Communist Youth League and the Young Pioneers. You can either use your real name, pen name, or a nickname. I will submit your request to the Quit CCP Center.” She immediately agreed.

“I can see with more clarity now!” She said in a shocked voice. I thought she meant her thoughts had become clearer.

I continued to tell her how the CCP spread rumors, staged the “Tiananmen self-immolation” incident, and persecuted Falun Dafa. I explained how many people feel they’ve been blessed when they say, “Falun Dafa is good. Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance is good.” I suggested she try it.

“I can see you now!” She exclaimed happily. I was a bit confused.

She explained, “I have serious nearsightedness and astigmatism. I can’t see people clearly even when I’m in front of them. But now I can see what you look like.”

I pointed at her friend who was standing next to us. “You’ve known him for a long time, and you’ve never seen his face?”

Jiang Fang replied, “No, I couldn’t tell what he looked like all these years. I can finally see him now!”