Sunday, 18 September 2011

QUESTIONS...

Since the time we are born,we are meant to survive and be optimistic else its impossible to stay…as says Charles Darwin ,’survival for the fittest’.Thus begins our journey to live to fight and not to ask questions to that Almighty.
Throughout  this journey called life ,when we move through different stages, its always about survival,feeding, desires, expectations and frustations emerging out of that,happiness becomes relative…
And questions you should not ask…
People say you should be an honest, hardworking and  god fearing man…first two adjectives are alright but the third one …is god so shallow that in his kingdom we have to be fearful citizens…
THERE is this movie –BRUCE ALMIGHTY…very very impressive and inspiring,even so many books and spiritual teachers to explain the bigger things in life and forget about the smaller personal issues…but till the self is not satisfied and resolved how to look with kindness towards others .
So many questions and only one answer –look within…but again- will look within only when the outside becomes simple and not complicated,congested,sad ,engaging and expectative…sometimes bother who defines right and wrong…
Life itself is so complicated ,unpredictable and adventrous that you don’t know what happens next moment ,plans that you make get thrashed and new ones are made for you and you just have to like it…if you wish to survive ,so as they say ’the glass is half full and not half empty’…well well and the biggest irony, its always we who choose the path or make the choices …so no questions again…
Start living and learning from each experiment that you make in this subject called life…and be everready to expect the unexpected but still dont loose hope and smile and get up again and hold the reins of your life and keep drudging and please don’t ask any questions…

Monday, 5 September 2011

THANK U MRS CHAUHAN…

When I sit back and think what was it that made me love one subject among all others at school and the love still continues…
Mrs Renu Chauhan.This is the first name that comes to my mind. She was so good at her subject,lovely person and an excellent teacher.Where ever she is ,must be igniting young minds.God bless her.
When I joined MHAC Nagbani,I had a big fear of communicating in english language,cramming was the only option out in examination.
It was my first day in seventh standard, her class started … was like a motion picture,with all expressions and punctuations in place effortlessly .The dog was whimpering…and I could see how…wow what a preacher.
She just taught me for six months and those six months changed my perception of the language.Reading,Writing and learning the language was no more an ordeal but an evolution.She made me realize language gives you the medium to communicate and the more you grab it the more it  grabs you and thus changes your life and of others whom you communicate for or to.
My gratitude to Mrs Chauhan is limitless.She made me love the subject I feared and for life she gave me a gift of flowing with the language,words are not enough to thank what she gave me.
That was an experience which has ignited me always to be one among the breed of teachers,though people don’t find it much of a profession but I think only this profession has the calibre to evolve lives.
Thanks to all the teachers who make their students fall in love with their subjects.

NOTE-WE WANT CREATIVE MATHEMATICS TEACHERS AT SCHOOL LEVEL.