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To My Teacher Saroj Rizwan Khan

Monday, March 4th, 2019 , by
To My Teacher Saroj Rizwan Khan


I read this quote somewhere that: The best teachers are those who show you where to look but don’t tell you what to see. And I can relate my teacher with this statement.

I am writing this tribute to my teacher and mentor Miss Saroj Rizwan Khan (Born: 6/10/1988: Dhahran, KSA). This is to thank her for making a difference in my life and changing the way I think and see the world.

I found it very important to show gratitude towards people who did something for you in their life, to make them feel worthy and help them remain the same and inspiring one, these little gestures require less time, create big smiles and help positivity prevails.

Every student has its own journey and lessons from student life, you met a lot of people but, there are very few people who support you without any benefits and actually inspire you by their attitude and gestures my teacher was one of them the soft-spoken and always smiling lady. She is still teaching but I am no longer her student but whenever I stuck at something I just connect with her (thanks to the various mediums of communication) and no matter how busy she got, she still guides me in the same way.

There are some people who complain about everything they have such as their job, salary, destiny etc I am also one of them the pessimist one the unsatisfied soul.

I consider myself a fortunate one that I got a teacher like her in my life who completely transformed me and my thoughts as well as encouraged me to see opportunities in very narrow passages, it is my teacher’s impression on me that I begin to change myself gradually towards the betterment she helped me overcome my distractions and I learn more from her positive and motivated personality. She did not only invest her time in me but in every student of her class she is a self-motivated and uplifted person who encourage people around her to overcome their fears and utilize the least opportunity they have, I still remember how she used to give us all the little notes or piece of papers written some motivational quotes on them which make us smile after the long stressful day those days were precious. The way of her teaching by using different social activities every week was amazing which also help us all in polishing our soft skills she knows the magic of converting boring lectures into fun and entertaining learning sessions.

It took a lot of efforts to be a good teacher it is not easy to smile when you are feeling not good from inside it's not easy to handle different mindsets in one class it's not easy to answer like google.

In the end, I just want to say thank you again for every little effort you made which helped me wiping out the black and enables to see the white, wished a long, healthy and happy life for you always remain the same.



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