Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Happy Teacher's Day

September 5 is celebrated in India as Teachers Day. On this day, all learners go about saying Happy Teachers Day to their teachers. Regardless of whether the teacher is a happy teacher or an unhappy teacher, you still say Happy Teachers Day to them, at least on this day. It is also the birthday of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the second president of India, who also wrote one of the most rational commentaries on the Bhagavad Gita. He spent much of his life teaching philosophy, which made him a happy teacher.

Daisaku Ikeda has this to say to young children on this day, "young people in school should make study their first priority. It goes without saying that faith is important, but faith is something we practice throughout our entire lives. There is a certain period and age when we should study. If we don't work hard during that period, we may fail to acquire important knowledge and skills, and we may come to regret it deeply later. Faith manifests itself in daily life. For young people in school, faith manifests itself in their studies. During this period, to devote themselves to study represents an important part of their practice of faith."

1 comment:

  1. Good evening Sir but it is morning for us. Happy teachers day to u also sir, and thnx for the article on teachers day. Why have u stopped writing this blog Sir? Myself, Ranjith, Rao, Deeps all see this and ur other blog. On that, some cine articles u been writing frequently, but from the time u went we r seeing less articles on this blog Sir. I have learned a lot frm u and after u went ur blogs is r way to feel that u r still with us. I feel bad I see no new articles again. Please dont neglect sir.

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