Happy Teachers Day 2013

Happy Teachers Day!

Hello guys,

Quite often, I hear teachers complaining that students don’t respect them, and I couldn’t disagree more.

As I see it, life has a simple rule: Give what you want to receive.

What that essentially means is, that you need to give your students the respect they deserve and the respect shall come back to you. Because you see, “respect” is not something you demand, it’s something you “earn.”

You just need to see things from a different perspective, and much will change.

Now, on this teachers’ day, I would like to thank all my teachers, for making me who I am, especially Mr. Bhanot who taught us English at Delhi cantt government school.

And guess what? I always consider myself lucky to have him as my teacher. Because he’s such a wonderful human being and an exceptionally learned person, with a unique teaching style.

Mr Bhanot used to read the lessons from the textbook and explain everything with interesting examples, short stories, and anecdotes.

His classes were the most enriching ones I’ve ever attended. (A fun fact: He called me “Dictionary” as I was one of the few students with a good vocabulary.)

Today, I would like to say to him, “Happy Teachers Day, sir!) Thank you so much for everything you taught me!

And now, my dear students, I would like you to remember that great teachers are hard to find. So make sure you learn from them as much as you can by being thankful.

Also, I would like to thank the students who ever attended my personality development classes. The beautiful journey that started in March 2010 from Subharti University, (B.Tech 2nd year), Meerut has helped me grow as a teacher and also as an individual. The credit goes to you, my students.

And, if you are a teacher, I would like to thank you for being there for us. It’s because of you that we learn and grow. You are our inspiration and strength.

Happy Teachers Day!

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