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Chapter 8: Genuine Faithfulness


Moreover, all those who have extorted unfair and unrighteous wealth, they must compensate for it by pawning the fortunes of their wives, children, and family members; even unto death.  Those who do not die are further inflicted with disasters of water, fire, theft, loss of goods, disease, slander, and more; until it offsets their illicit appropriations.  Furthermore, for those who indiscriminately killed people, it is like soldiers who exchange blades and kill each other.  To seize wealth unjustly, is like relieving hunger with poisoned meat, or slacking thirst with poisoned wine.  It brings only temporary satisfaction, but ultimately death.  Such Taesiong’s pronouncements to awaken people, We fully concur.  Therefore, and identifiably, persons placed in the political arena, providing private gains in the name of public interests, abusing and manipulating special privileges, fond of procuring unlawfully; assuming oneself so exalted and eminent as to be above all, the mortal legal order might tolerate pro tem the wrongs, the invisible heavenly retributions shall be apparent and erectly evident; ye children and grandchildren be disciplined and be discreet.  Therefore, once ever taken the evil path should oneself repent and rectify.  Refrain from doing all evils.  Practice and participate in all goodness.  With genuine heart and sincere soul, then propitious spirits favorably follow; and comeuppance exchanges for sanctuary.


 


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Newsflash


A demonstrator gestures in front of a poster of Want Want-China Times Group chairman Tsai Eng-meng during a student protest in front of CtiTV headquarters in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Chang Chia-ming, Taipei Times

About 700 people yesterday protested in front of the CtiTV (中天電視) building in Taipei, calling on Want Want-China Times Group (旺旺中時集團) chairman Tsai Eng-meng (蔡衍明) to apologize for leading what they called an “unprofessional media group” and to return to his old business of selling rice crackers.

The protesters were mainly members of the Anti-Media Monster Youth Alliance, which is composed of 30 student clubs from several universities. Teachers, journalists and regular working people also showed up, adding to the mix of placards and posters.