We’re always talking about giving Malays a chance. Always. Always. Always. Malays need a chance to do this. Malays need a chance to do that. And more often than not, we give that chance because, simply, we give chances to those who need them.
But more often than we can tolerate, we are disappointed because those chances were not put to good use. Why do Malays lack in that gusto we need from them when executing a job given? Why? Why do Malays say they can when they so obviously can’t? Why do Malays fail to keep time? Why are they so lackadaisical that they seem to think that so long as another Malay asks for their help, it is okay for them to do anything they want and that there is no way in hell that the other Malay can or should get riled over their lack of ethics. Why?
This is so frustrating. We always try our best to help our own people but our own people fail to justify why they deserve such chance. It’s a sad, sad situation. And it’s getting more and more absurd.
No wonder we are not getting any better. Indeed, it is true that the greatest disability in life is a bad attitude.