Being a teacher isn’t an easy job when you’re averse to the idea of children. The noise, the tantrums, the mischief, the pranks and perhaps, even the inquisitive mind, can make children a difficult lot to handle if you’re low on patience. And yet, teachers stick on. They tolerate the naughtiness and the squeaky voices and sometimes, even miss it in the rather mundane, sophisticated company of organised, well-mannered adults. They stay not simply because they need to teach the ‘future generation’. It is the image of those innocent faces, curious eyes, oily ponytails and carefree smiles that makes them want to stay. It is in the little hurdles that they cross that a teacher experiences unmatched happiness. And the love received is multi-fold that you could never walk out of that classroom even on a bad day. Continue reading
HER SMILE SPRUNG ONE ON MY FACE
Like they say, when you educate a girl, you educate an entire generation. To see that happen in this young lady, gives a ray of hope for me. Here’s hoping that many more little girls get educated and make a difference in society.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Reward.”