One child, one teacher, one pen and one book can change the world; a quote by the daughter to a teacher, Malala Yousafazi. Rightly so, teachers are the first guiding step in the big world. Without a mentor over our heads, a guide to distinguish right from wrong, we would all be bodies without the spirit.
While growing up, the only after our parents, are our teachers, because greatest lessons are learnt in the classroom. Even though many times we feel that they are a waste, be somewhere after a decade, everything starts coming into practice, and hence our bookish lessons come to life. Teachers may not always be confined to the four wall of a school. They may come in the form of the parents, siblings, soul mate, or friend. The small moments with the lessons we may never learn otherwise.
This teachers’ day, does more than just to thank you `on paper` but also pay tribute to the teachers achievements and remind our nation of the great contributions and sacrifice that teachers have made and continue to make. Thank anyone and everyone who has contributed in making you, ‘you’. Not every teacher needs to be called madam or sir and not every teacher needs a stick to teach you a lesson. Experience with certain people often turn out to be our greatest teachers and should be cherished.