Mr. Pong shared some stories and examples to remind us about the importance of family spirit. It is more than just a feeling of warmth and tenderness. It is about sacrificing our own needs for others. We should develop attitudes and traits of love and forgiveness, support and help, forgetfulness of self, openness to others and joy to make family spirit a reality.
It is especially touching to know that alumni have booked over 40 tables within a month to celebrate their alma mater’s 60th anniversary at the basin feast in the coming December. Their love and support are strongly appreciated. This highlights another evidence of our distinctive trait in which family spirit and unity never fades in SFXC.
Based on the TV programme of “My Sky”, Mr. Shing shared that young people in Hong Kong nowadays are being too overprotected by their parents. Children heavily depend on their parents as they would do everything for them. It is also problematic that young adults in the workplace are expecting rewarding outcomes without putting in any effort.
Students are reminded to be resolute in action and diligently responsible in their studies or duties. Be determined to learn and possess a good attitude. Do not solely rely on others and take things for granted. When you face failure, try again… and again… keep on trying until you succeed.
Mr. Leung, our vice-principal, reminded students of the theme of the 60th school anniversary, “In the way of the Marists”. The theme emphasizes how the Marist Brothers educate young people with their 5 distinctive styles: Simplicity, Presence, Family Spirit, Love of Work and In the way of Mary. It was reminded that we should subsist and embed these 5 distinctive styles in our attitude and daily life so as to carry out the Marist Brothers’ devoted conventions.
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