William Cheong aus Ipoh, Perak schrieb am 03.12.2012
For Malaysia to be a truly successful and industrialized country by the year 2020, what we need are leaders who are practically and righteously minded so that the policies they implement will not cause any grievances or complaints from any quarter. Instead these policies should build friendly, truth-worthy and co-operative relationship, fairness and confidence among the people. There are decent, rational and civilized methods to achieve success which will be long term and promising as opposed to depending on outrageous methods which will be short term and with adverse effect in the long term. It is just like when we want to reach a certain town, we should travel along the wide, flat and commonly accepted route which is the high way and not along the crocket, narrow and uneven road which no doubt may be slightly shorter but is full of danger and uncertainty. The first choice offers the driver a sense of security and certainty and happy driving all along the way without any tension whatsoever. He finally reaches his destination with joy and satisfaction. The 2nd choice offers the driver a sense of anxiety and uncertainty and gloomy driving with tension along the way. Though he knows the route may be shorter but it is full of danger and uncertainty – he may any time collide with an opposite car driving at greater speed particularly at one of the many steep corners or he may roll over some fowls belonging to some near-by villagers or his car may accidentally slide into the side drain because of the slippery glass. Any of these can make him suffer in term of injury, money lost or in a hazardous situation. Though he may also finally reach his destination, he is certainly uncheerful because he reaches with a sense of tiredness and dissatisfaction.