REMEMBERING OUR TEACHERS
The author is teacher Arayat, Pampanga
OPHELIA M. KABIGTING
The most noble profession in life is teaching. You are truly blessed if you’re a teacher. Molding learners to be fruitful and productive citizens of the world is one of the goals of a real teacher.
You can’t buy the integrity of a teacher. Teachers are appreciated in all their hardwork and effort.
Simply a quote saying “thank you, teacher”, coming from your former students is a rewarding gift.
Seeing your students becoming successful on their chosen career is a rewarding gift you can’t buy.
There will be no doctors, engineers, architect and the like if there are no teachers. They serve as our second parents who bring the best in us. They inspire us so that we can find our place under the sun. and we will have a beautiful life to live.
Our teachers are the most patient human beings here on earth. They sacrifice a lot to the fullest to their families and even their own happiness.
Being a teacher is not as easy as other says. It is true that there are lots of teachers abound in their world but what our government needs now are teachers with a conscience and heart to produce functional learners.
Teachers who you can look up to in times of needs and miseries and a shoulder to lean on when you have problems. Teachers who teach beyond extra mile just to give the best education for us. Teachers who can be your friends forever.
So on this coming month of October, where we celebrate “The World Teachers Day” a great salute to all the teachers.
— oOo— II at Buensuceso Elementary School, Buensuceso