The fiftieth time my parents sent me
off at the Shanghai Pudong Airport was also the first time I noticed from the
view of their backs how much they had aged.
My mind went blank, my body stopped
moving, and my tears streamed down my face.
For ten years, I had thought that
the best way to repay my parents was to build a successful career, one they
could be proud of. I managed the world's largest casino resort, won the management
contract for the world's tallest hotel, and got accepted into the best schools.
I thought my parents were happy.
But I was never there for my family
when they needed me the most.
I never asked.
How can I live my one wild and
precious life if I cannot even make people who I love most happy?
Now, my dream is to build the best
elderly care service for older generations like my parents and grandparents, making
them still feel the love even when their most loved ones are away.
I want to spread love through the
best service around the world. As Mother Teresa said "The fruit of faith is
love, and the fruit of love is service."