Friday, May 15, 2009

HaPpY TeaChEr's DaY

HAPPY TEACHER'S DAY!!!!!

to all the teachers out there..tomorrow is our day and it is my first time celebrate this day as a teacher...yyiiippiieee....(~_^)

ANYWAY..
i want to wish HAPPY TEACHER'S DAY and thank you for those who had teach me starts from kindergarten level to university level..thanks for everything that you've been done to me...you are the best for me..who inspired me to become such a great great teacher like yours... May Allah bless you all...thank you thank you and thank you for helping me to achieve what i want in my life...knowing the meaning of life..
without you guys i could have never made this far..i love u guys...
Muahhhh!!!!Muaahhhh!!Muahhh!!

I’m glad to be a teacher

I would rather be a teacher than a bookkeeper
For he balances accounts, but I help balance lives.

I would rather be a teacher than a great business executive
For he works with facts and figures and lifeless coins, but I
work with minds that open and futures that unfold and
principles that grow.

I would rather be a teacher than an orator
For an orator stirs an adult to applaud and admiration, but I
stir little children to right choosing and noble thinking.

I would rather be a teacher than a musician
For a musician plays on violin strings and piano strings, but I
play on the heartstrings.

I would rather be a teacher than a decorator
For he deals with perspective and harmony and line in
templates not made with hands.

I would rather be a teacher than a potter
For he shapes vessels of clay, but I shape destinies.

I would rather be a teacher than an interpreter
For he interprets words and ideas, but I interpret motives and
purposes and endeavours.

I would rather be a teacher than an archaeologist
For he unearths buried treasure, but I unearth talent.

I would rather be a teacher than an explorer
For he explores unchartered seas but, I explore unchartered
minds and discover treasure islands and continents of
untold possibilities.

I would rather be a teacher than a statesman
For he deals with finished citizens but I deal with future citizens.

I would rather be a teacher than a scientist
For he studies the wonders of the rocks and beauty of
the stars and the miracles of the plants and the glory of the skies
I deal with that which is still more miraculous in the
throbbing human hearts, unfolding human lives and the
formation of lifetime characters.


Reprinted from October 1958 Journal of True Education

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