Politician Touched by Courage Seen in Shen Yun

January 19, 2017

“I feel like this was a very well designed performance that allows us to all reflect, and focuses our attention on the conflict between the Chinese spiritual and the divinity. … Abstracting that divinity, which is their courage, and it’s just something, at least for me, because I’m so passionate to live out freedom and the ability for people to practice their faith in freedom without persecution.”

“This is something going beyond man’s comprehension, that we can only have faith, but within that faith, we know there is a greater life, life eternal, and to me, that is what represents man and the difference between man and animals. Man being that creature that can discern right from wrong, and the ability for us to have free will, gives us closer relationship to God.”