I do sincerely hope that you had enjoyed these stories so far till now.
Yes. As you all know, my stories are based on my knowledge, experiences, practices, etc and they are all based on Yin Fengshui. Treat the below as a story too…. Here it goes…..
Yes. I do know that some Yang practitioners are looking and reading my stories.
Some of them may have copied a portion of my stories and commented on their grounds of communication (eg. webpage, blogs, books, classrooms) and challenged my stories and somehow indicating that Yang prevails Yin in a way or another.
However, they do not make any references to the original author that is me So saying a portion of my stories may somehow misguide readers on Yin Fengshui.
And however, if you have done so, I would recommend that you do not make reference to ccfong.com. This is because I had classified these as stories and fiction. Thus if you make reference to ccfong.com, your readers will know that you are using your Yang expertise and compare it to a fiction story. How will your readers / students have an impression of you? Sad enough, this new story “Don’t Challenge” will make things worse to you.
Probably I may need to educate you some legal terms. Copying a person’s work (stories as in this context) without any reference to the original author is known as Plagiarism and is punishable under law. Furthermore, if you had created a link from your website to my website without my prior consent, this is also illegal. Then under the law of nature, this is known as stealing, and there is karma for that. As such, I will not take any legal actions against such act, as I will leave it to karma.
This can be view as another way of Yin Fengshui practitioner’s way of sabotaging – sabotage those Fengshui beginners. I have no intention of sabotaging anyone here. For the Yang practitioners, if you are reading my stories, read them with an open mind. If you do not like the stories, please by all means, leave ccfong.com.
Never challenge a Yin practitioner if you are not trained in this field. We have been through countless battles – sabotage and being sabotaged, attack and being attacked, etc. We are full of experiences in battles.
Talking about battlefields….
I have lost a very close comrade – Venn. We practiced closely and protect each other. Yes I had been injured in an accident. Shortly after that, Venn had passed on at a very young age at 25. I had been blaming myself for her departure for a period. Now I had “see open” (看开) and accepted her departure and not blaming myself for her death. Even though, at this very moment when writing this, my eyes are wet and tears rolling down to my keyboard.
I am observing a minute of silence.
Venn had become a history and her knowledge, practices and experiences were not being documented.
I had also fallen. I had since become disabled lower limbs paralysis and had just undergone a right hand surgery early this year.
I had shed enough tears and blood.
Now is time to move forward. I am writing stories to finance my road to recovery. From fall to getting up. Always remember this in my heart…. There is nothing in the world that is impossible for the Yin practitioner. Everything is possible. I will prove this. I will recuperate slowly but steadily and continue my path.
For the Yang practitioners, now that you have known more about Yin practitioners, if you do want to challenge, please find other Yin practitioners. I am not interested in any challenge(s). If you do not like my stories, please leave. And if you are one of my subscribers, please reply “unsubscribe” to my mail. If you want to stay on with an open mind, please do so and enjoy the upcoming stories. Treat them as fictions ah..
Don’t challenged, be inspired instead.
I am here in ccfong.com to share with the world at large my stories. Please stay tuned for more stories.
As at for now, this is Fong Chun Cheong (in tears), signing off.. I ran out of tissue papers