Teachers (An Essence Of Humanity, Love & Affection)
“I’m slave of the person who has taught me even a single word, he can enslave me or set me free”
( Hazrat Imam Ali (RA) )
These are the words of our caliph, who briefly stated the value and prestige of teachers. Despite the matter, whether they taught you an ounce of knowledge or a complete ocean. We are always indebted to our teachers.
Teachers are the backbone of our society. They are the one who plays an important role in the progress and development of the country. All the other professionalists either doctor, pilots, engineers, bureaucrats or businessmen, merchants and lieutenants are able to be, what they are just because of their teachers. They are the one who is the basic and most important unit of this entire world.
Nowadays the role of teachers has been changed into facilitators but this doesn’t mean that their respect and authority has decreased anyhow. The traditional ways of teaching have been flipped in the contemporary world, all around the globe, so are the attitude of the student has been changed towards their teachers. In this modern era, children pay more attention to social media, the internet, laptops and mobile phones. Students are not in need of teachers to gain knowledge, whereas the students of 90s know the importance of teachers because they were far away from these technological products and the only way on which they can rely were books and teacher ultimately.
Previously and even now teachers are the only one who becomes happier when they see their students climbing up the ladder and reaching beyond their status and expectations instead of being jealous like all others. They teach their students selflessly and aims to bring out the best of them. How could we being a student become selfish when they teach us without any personal sake?
The students must acknowledge their teacher whether they’re in contact with them or not. I hereby want to mention my teachers Ma’am Uzma Ayub, Ma’am Saima , Ma’am Kausar, Ma’am Tanseela, Ma’am Akhtari (Late), Ma’am Ayesha Akram, Ma’am Sadia, Sir Jahanzeb Jahan, Sir Ahsan Bashir and last but not the least Sir Mujahid for being such an amazing human beings and not just only teachers and facilitators but ideals and role models. I thank you for providing me with such knowledge which will help me in this world and the world hereafter.
May God Bless You All.
Written By: Ghumama Amjad