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The au­thor is teacher Arayat, Pam­panga


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

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