“Teachers of noble profession”
Highly esteemed teachers of noble profession. Kudos to you all, I celebrate teachers who are role models. Teachers are parents, helpers of visions; I’ve found them to be enablers of good works. It is true that there are those who teach for pay. But a teacher cannot be paid. A teacher is one who builds.
Unfortunately, among teachers, we have destroyers and evil doers. Teachers are meant to protect but among them are killers, among them are people who kill the vision of the younger ones.
Teachers are pace setters. But among them are obstacles. Why would you let few minutes of pleasure ruin a child’s life when you can build a better life for her? We run away from the neighbourhoods to school to seek for protection from our second parents but they end up devouring us.
Who will take us back to the days when teachers were teachers and living example?
Oh, dear teachers! An African teenager bleeds.
Teachers are the most important in the society. If you want to destroy or make a nation, the only tool you can use are teachers.
Teachers are like an arrow in the hand of a mighty warrior.
They give children purpose, set them up for success as citizens of our world, and instil in them a drive to do well and succeed in life. The children of today are the leaders of tomorrow. And teachers are that critical point that makes a child ready for their future.
Why do some teachers take delight in ruining what others are trying to build?
Great teachers have the ability to change lives for the better but bad teachers make life miserable for some children.
Teachers, you are a good thing.
Teachers, you are a support system.
Teachers you are role models.
Please protect us, guard us jealously. Do not let few minutes of pleasure ruin my future, give me a chance to be great.
Kudos to all our great teachers out there.
“The object of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives.” – Robert M.
The African teenage girl, strong and resilient.
Mimi Mefo Info