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Readers Say ‘How Humankind Came To Be’ Rekindled Their Connection to the Creator

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Linda Dickerson, a retired commercial lighting designer in her 70s, read Mr. Li Hongzhi’s article “How Humankind Came To Be.” “We are all trying to find our way home,” the Illinois resident told The Epoch Times, adding that people have different names for it, whether it’s called heaven or the celestial realm. She said it was “fascinating” to think about the three realms Mr. Li described in his article and that “we are all trying to get back to where we began; we’re trying to get back to the Creator.” Initially, reading about the end times in the article concerned her. However, she eventually realized that “you don’t have to fear the end time because the gates to heaven will be open, and those who are blessed will be welcomed in.” It took some years for Dickerson to balance priorities in her life. She said she was taught growing up to chase more significant achievements and never be content. Therefore, at about 40 years old, she wanted to become a national sales manager, a level up from her position as a regional manager. But as she worked hard toward it, she said she realized that always traveling and being away from her family might not be worth it. She said that even though she doesn’t practice Falun Gong, she’s “very impressed” by it. “It’s a good way to lead your life. It gives you very positive goals to set for yourself and responsibility to yourself.”
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