Do I love Wah Yan ?

In traditional church teaching, Jesus loves us so much that he is willing to sacrifice his life for us.

I am not as great as Jesus. I am not ready to sacrifice my life for anybody.

I only love Wah Yan to an extent that I am willing to sacrifice half of my personal wealth and put my personal health at risk by going through a 21-day Hunger Strike.

I love both Wah Yan and Wahyanites.

But if I must make a mutually exclusive choice between the two, I choose Wahyanites.

Wah Yan is only a nominal entity, my sweet memory, the sweet memory of many alumni and contribution to the society in the past. Wahyanites are images of God, my little brothers. They are here to learn how to be competent good men; they are not here to be ruined – a term used by a graduate when he grumbled to me.

I could not allow anybody taking advantage of current Wahyanites and Wahyanites of the future using the goodwill of Wah Yan.

The best way to give a fair valuation of the goodwill of Wah Yan is to allow everybody, including the public, to understand the real situation of Wah Yan so that everybody can make an unbiased valuation.

Ingratitude towards their great men is the mark of strong people.  – Winston Churchchill

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    • STLoon on 2 February, 2012 at 5:57 pm
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    Despite all the troubles that you have made, I respect you of your passion in WY. What I’m waiting for is an enlightenment in the school, from the students to the management. They have been lazy under the futile leadership of Fat Tam for so long. The only way WY may revive is to admit their inadequacy and invest the extra effort they ought to have paid decades ago.

    I hope 2013 is the end of abyss!

    Take good care of yourself! Your family needs you much more than anyone else. BTW, I am watching…

    • Penguin on 11 February, 2012 at 2:08 pm
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    Dear Mr Yip,

    You can’t force people to use your software. It’s not the best, free vocab-learning software out there but I wouldn’t say it’s bad. Different people have different ways of learning, and them not using your software doesn’t mean they’re gonna do badly on tests. You have to respect others’ will.

    I got over 2300 on the SAT, and I believe that there are other useful ways to boost our SAT scores. Plus the SAT isn’t all about vocab… I respect your intention, and I hope you will respect others’ too.

    Thanks.

    1. I never said that vocablearning is the best option, though it may be the only viable one. Could you tell me what the best option is so that we can close the performance gap I identified even more effectively and you can get my bounty of $500,000.

      $500,000 – a Disproof or an Alternative wanted !

    2. I always respect free choice of the others. Just like I respect the decision of the school management insisting on not having dialog though it it against the teaching of Pope Francis.

      Each one of us is called to be an artisan of peace, by uniting and not dividing, by extinguishing hatred and not holding on to it, by opening paths to dialogue and not by constructing new walls!”, Pope Francis. The Holy See, 30 September 2003

      However, free choice should be a well-informed decision.

      How many people thoroughly understand the real situation ?

      After they have understand the situation, the free choice is theirs.

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