Thursday, June 18, 2009

Think twice

Politics in Malaysia have been boiling hot. Since the change of administration, instead of focusing on developing and fulfilling their promises during the election, they came up with excuses and trying to tarnish the reputation of the previous administration. True but not supposed to be done openly and daily.

Indeed, the whereabouts of the taxpayers' money are utmost important but improving the current economic situation comes first. Though by nature, corruption will eventually destroy the empire from within. Thus, before engaging others, reorganizing our administration structure is a priority. However, there are times for change in rules. Reorganizing is not a simple task and therefore, diverting the attention to other matters should be the wisest choice.

A battle that takes 10 years to achieve victory is not practical and a wise general would eventually realize that engaging in the meaningless battle would only bring upon misery and suffer to the battalion and the people. Thus, looking for alternatives and try to engage other possible methods would be advisable. Looking for faults without adequate proofs is similar to digging a hole by the beach. When the sea current rises, everything will eventually be swept away.

Turning your back on a country that provides you benefits is foolish enough to lead your entire nation, perhaps into a state of desperation. It is similar to turning your back against your parents. As far as I know, no one is that foolish unless he/she is ready to live independently. It is also of similar cases when an employee betrays the trust of his/her company. Thus, instead of creating havoc out of something small, be wise and make use of the relationship to lead to the expansion of the empire.

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