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