A candle that lights every child’s future

Sarah Parvesh, IIK Young Contributor
Wednesday, August 28, 2019

We all meet different kinds of people in our lives. In everyone’s life there is a beautiful soul that guides him/her to his/her destination by showing the right path. We all know that we celebrate Teachers day on the 5th of September. The whole credit goes to only one leader of India, Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan who advised us to celebrate his birthday as teacher’s day. But have you ever thought why this day is so important?

A teacher is like a potter who can change any piece of clay into a beautiful object no matter how many bumps it may have. They teach us the meaning of life. Teachers are the nation-builders by building the future of citizens living in the country. We sometimes get disappointed when our teachers punish us. They do this to correct us and protect us from the wrong. They motivate us to do the best and they should always be our role models. They provide us enough knowledge to build a bright future. Many people blame the teachers if the child is doing something wrong, but this is always not true. It is our responsibility to follow the right path and use our knowledge wisely.

Everyone has a favorite teacher but not all of them are same. Each teacher has a unique way of teaching and molding their students. My favorite teacher is the one who helps me when I need help. She teaches us her subject with great enthusiasm and also the lessons of life. She has thought me to help and respect all forms of life. Though I may forget the academic lessons she taught us, I will never forget the moral values she taught us.

Nowadays robots are replaced by workers in factories and people are thinking of replacing doctors with automatic machines. But no machine can replace a teacher. On the special occasion of Teacher’s day I would like to wish all the wonderful teacher’s in this world a happy teachers day!!!!

Sarah Parvesh
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