In this year of 2019, in the midst of complete reform of the Indian economy from Jammu and Kashmir Crisis to the dismal GDP number. Let us take a pause to address the great scholars of our life i.e. Teachers.
Teaching is the only giveaway position in the world. Apart from teaching, a teacher can fulfil the responsibilities of a father, mother, brother, sister, friend, councillor and social worker all in one day.
It holds great importance to students and teachers. It is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of our former President Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a scholar and Bharat Ratna recipient was born on Sep 5, 1955.
Aristotle, the philosopher from Ancient Greece, famously said, “Those who educate children well are more to be honoured than they who produce them; for these only gave them life, those, the art of living well.” In other words, parents just make babies but its teacher who turns them into a person.
The pattern of learning is everlastingly changing is always climbing up and down. Teachers are the absolute upstanding, dedicated versatile individuals I am aware of it. They keep awake for end number of nights to prepare the lessons for tomorrow classes, get up at the beginning of the day, turn up and motivate the future student leaders of this world.
Somebody also said, “They are Google in flesh & blood and we call them teachers.”