Where would I be if not for my caring teachers?
THE inspiring story of a magnificent woman, Helen Keller, who became deaf and blind at a young age and yet rose to become a significant figure, even earning a Bachelor of Arts degree, touched my heart.
Her success was attributed to her teacher, Anne Sullivan, who taught her language and communication.
I wonder how far Keller would have gone in life if not for her teacher?
Where would I be if not for the teachers, from kindergarten to tertiary education?
I am grateful to my teachers who have nurtured, guided and shaped me into what I am today.
Education is important and students need to have a better appreciation of their teachers.
Treasure these memories by making the most of the schooling years because we can never return to those years.
In adulthood, we should not live in regret if we have messed up during our younger days.
I met a former schoolmate who informed me that he is taking English tuition lessons.
He regrets ignoring English classes during his school years.
It is a wonder how patient and understanding some of my