Most of us share memories of our favorite teachers. There were teachers who made us laugh in class, helped us understand the most difficult math equations and spent extra hours just to help us with our academic problems. Teaching is such a generous profession. It is a selfless act of willingly sacrificing once time, money and effort in order to help mold the next generation.
Teachers educate us not only in academics, but also about life. We’ve looked up to our teachers ever since we started school as a toddler. They become our coaches, mentors, friends and sometimes-even parents.
In order for you to become an effective teacher, you must know what you are teaching and why you are doing it. Your purpose as a teacher will be one of your motivations to keep inspiring students and aid them in becoming great leaders of their generation.
Teaching does not only mean disciplining, sharing knowledge and grading students. It also means being someone who encourages, loves and takes care of the students.
“Teaching is a calling too. And I’ve always thought that teachers in their way are holy – angels leading their flocks out of the darkness.” ― Jeannette Walls
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There is this famous television show in the United States, which talks about teenage pregnancy and how a lot of the babies have no dads. While some of them know who their fathers are, they don’t necessarily live with them nor get any support.
“A man can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad.”- Anne Geddes
True enough. The main father figure everyone has is the God. He sacrificed his only son, Jesus, for the sins of the people. A father should always be there for his children, to listen to them, to provide for them and to give them love. A father should not show hatred towards his wife nor arrogance towards his neighbor. He should be a role model to his children.
A lot of people have trust issues with their fathers, which reflect on their current relationships. Many cannot communicate well, or love unconditionally. If you have an absentee father, look at God and make him your Father, and if you are a father, love your children and their mothers unconditionally before it’s too late.
“My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived and he let me watch him do it” – Clarence Budington Kelland
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They always say that mothers will always be there for her children no matter what. She will give the clothes off her back, the food that she is about to eat and the shoes that she is wearing for the sake of her family. She is the backbone of every household and the woman behind everyone’s success.
Being a mother is a full time job. They do not require payments in monetary form and would often do what her family requests without delay. She is the ultimate superwoman and we often forget that she also gets tired. Children should always respect their mothers even though there are times when it seems that there is a conflict of ideas between mother and child.
According to Bishop E. Bernard Jordan, we should always be thankful of our mothers, for motherhood requires selfless sacrifice. Because of this sacrifice, most mothers tend to forget about themselves and even their marriage. We should always remind our mothers how much we appreciate them and love them for all the sacrifice that they do.
Motherhood is not an easy task. It requires brawn, brains, beauty, energy, faith and trust to pull it off. We must always remind our mothers of how much we appreciate them and respect for them.
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We all have dreams that we want to have but we do not know how to achieve them. Maybe we do know how to achieve them but there is a road block ahead of us, maybe it’s with our attitude towards ourselves or towards other people that hinder us from achieving greatness.
In the reflection of Bishop E. Bernard Jordan, Anchoring is “the way by which you get into the right state for what we want to do.” It is the mind coordinating with the body to reflect on how to avoid the obstacles in front of us to achieve our goals.
Every day, we do things to get ready. We take a bath, have breakfast, exercise or pray. These are ways in which we get ready for our daily tasks. In anchoring, it is only not the mind and the body, but the presence of the mind in the body. We all have behaviors that we need to change in order to achieve our goals. Let us not allow these behavioral problems be an obstacle. Change while you still can, believe in your self and trust in what the plans are for you. Let your heart be present as well. Put your faith in the choices that you make.
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Hollywood has made it difficult to want to get married. There are the real-life divorces happening to “it” couples and there are movies that touch on the horrible experiences of meeting the in-laws. Of course, movies tend to be overly exaggerated but they most definitely have its roots.
When you decide to get married, you also get married to each other’s families. You will have to spend more time with your spouse’s parents and try to create a genuine relationship with them. There are some families that are very welcoming and easy to get along with, while others need a little more patience.
Dealing with in-laws require you to be your authentic self. Why? Because you will spend the rest of your lives talking with them during Christmas, birthdays and other special occasions. When you pretend to be someone you’re not, they will notice it eventually, and you don’t want them to think you were faking it. Be genuine. It will make them understand why your spouse loves you so much. They need to know why he/she chose to live with you and no one else.
The 10 Commandments of Dealing with In-laws will give you a difference perspective. One that is completely different from the movies you’ve seen or dramatic soap operas you’ve followed.
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