Good Deed Goes Punished

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Good Deed Goes Punished

Bradley Mattes   |   September 08, 2017

Master Daolu is a former businessman in China who became a Buddhist monk.  Buddhists believe a baby has a soul from conception and oppose abortion.  So he put his belief into action and converted his villa into a foster home for abandoned babies and pregnant women.  With twenty women waiting to give birth and two-dozen children less than five years old under his care, the local government has shut him down.  They also forced him to sign an agreement he would send the women and babies away and not take more into his home.  You’d think the government would give him a badge of honor, but we are talking about China.  It’s a country with a brutal and violent child limitation, forcing women to have unwanted abortions if their pregnancies aren’t authorized.  Please keep the efforts of Mr. Daolu in your prayers.

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