My Teacher's Name Is parvin hasina haque
Institute: willes little flower school and college
My teacher is my inspiration because “Let us remember: one book, one pen, one child and one teacher can change the world”
The term “teacher” can not be defined in one sentence. In simple way “one who teaches whether more or less” is the logical way to define a teacher. No doubt, to succeed, we all need teachers in our life from the very beginning. In my small life so far, I have got many teachers who taught me many things and guided me through my problems. But who is the best one, is actually very hard to pick up. It is applicable for anybody like me. Who is favorite most teacher? From my heart, which one comes first is my English teacher, Hasina Miss. Apparently from outside, she looks like an ordinary person talking in an ordinary way, but once she enters the class, it is filled with sudden brightness and warmth. She has that aura of elegance, knowledge and wisdom around her which touches every one’s heart. I, myself, share a special relation with her. I can easily tell her about all my feelings and problems of life without any hesitation. She is not only a good educator for her subject, but also a better human being with power of good thoughts. A perfect mind reader she is, I can tell. I have always been a rather nervous and emotional kid since my early childhood. So, you can imagine how I felt during my first day at school! I was absolutely shy, nervous and didn`t want to go there at all! But it was Hasina miss who encouraged me to start my new life at school with a brave heart and open mind. Whenever I need some advice, whenever I feel stuck, I ask for her help. She can understand well and give me good decisions. It works well and I can free myself from the cage of insecurity, fear and discouragement
“ It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and Knowledge”
“Good teachers know how to bring out the best in students”
“ Teachers can change lives with just the right mix of chalk and challenges.”
All of the above quotes apply for Hasina miss. In grade 3, I became a bit emotionally imbalanced. I always had the habit of looking for kindred spirits in people and more than often this would lead me to trust the wrong people. When these people used to prove themselves as untrustworthy, I used to have an emotional breakdown. In these desperate situations, when even my parents would get tired of comforting me sometimes, I got an outlet of solace and comfort in my dearest teacher. She was a flame in the midst of the darkness and misery of my heart. And that flame was enough to banish the darkness from my heart and bring out the light.
Now, I am a student of grade 6. I am happy at school now. I don`t have emotional breakdowns anymore, don`t quarrel with anyone anymore. Most of the credit for this goes to Hasina miss. She was the only person who helped me when I needed it the most. She will always be a shining star in the sky of my heart, guiding me as I journey through this vast, deep jungle called life. She`s not only a teacher for me, she has also become a true friend and a part of my family.
By Saidur Mishu