August 19, 2016

A definitive time for Myanmar

Myanmar has entered a turning point in history, with the seeds of democracy beginning to sprout from the reform efforts made by the people, the government, the army and the parliament. To enable the country to keep moving forward to stability and prosperity, we have an innate responsibility to empower the younger generation to take our place when their time comes.
What State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi said in connection with this sort of responsibility is noteworthy. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi has warned that the fault will lie with the older generation if they fail to bequeath a legacy of reliable mechanisms to the younger generation, whereas the younger generation will be at fault if they fail to sustain that good legacy left by the older generation. She stressed that people are all duty-bound to pass down the good legacy from generation to generation.
Judging from her words, the young people are required to equip themselves with the intellectual capacity to enhance their administrative capabilities. The youth of today must have the potentiality and capability to shoulder the responsibility for running the country in future. Potentiality without capability will not produce effective results. The same thing can be said of the capacity without potentiality.
Now is the time for the older generation to prepare themselves to develop a good legacy of administrative mechanisms and for the younger generation to ready themselves to take up the responsibility.


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