One of the most incredible moments in an Educator’s career is watching a student walk across the stage to accept their degree. It is not about the long hours lecturing in classrooms, nor the enjoyment of field experience; it’s really not about the Educator at all, who is but a gentle guide along the way. There’s just a simple joy of watching from the sidelines as a student reaches that finish line after years of hard work, realizing their dream, with a glimmer of hope in their eyes of what a wonderful future they have ahead of them - something that the Educator saw in them all along.
Thank you so much!
I really like your tumblr page too - very motivating. Hope you have a great day :)
(Interesting that the news today speaks of today being “D” Day,” and “watching the website closely,” almost waiting for failure. Why has this important issue become more about slander, than the issue of health care itself? Websites break down, we have to allow for a little technology failure, plus any great initiative comes with a few growing pains. This will work out. Why can’t we give this project more time before accusing it of being useless? It’s not about which political party is best, or who makes the most mistakes - it’s about whom is willing to implement a change to improve our health care, something this country is in dire need of. It’s his consideration for all people in this country, despite their place in society)