Tuesday, March 06, 2007

gyan time

it is time to prescribe some gyan. the time of the year when the farewells are all around to remind the end of yet another batch. while wishing them all the best in future endeavour one cant but give out some advice.
first things first. never expect to be acknowledged, thanked and fussed around. try and find satisfaction within when you have done your best instead of getting any from the praise of others. one problem i see around is the expectations of people- students in particular. there is nothing wrong in having expectations, but dont expect it to come true all the time. disappointments will accompany expectations not met.
giving up is easy, fighting the odds is tough but very satifying. all around one sees people giving up, some agaist tough adversaries but others for frivalous reasons. who ever said life is going to be easy. every obstacle is an opportunity to prove to oneself. only if one has life can one expect a future filled with safisfaction- hold on to that one life you have. more gyan later


anxietyprone said...

i always find that its easy for people to give advice to others but extremely difficult for 'advice givers'to follow through.i have that problem.i motivate scores of students on time management,facing up to the realities of life and so on and so forth but fail miserably to do the same myself .the untouched test papers piled high on my table are a testimony.i am sure naresh you don't have such problems being a perfectionist that you are(are your students waiting to vouchsafe that).at this very moment i could use some of your lofty gyaan -- on how teachers should concentrate on valueing test papers than commenting on blogs even if it happens to be my husbands !

anju christine said...

bout d post, awww :)

bout d previous comment, awwwwwwwww:)

poornima said...

yes, i jus have to agree wid anju!!

d post n d previous post (thanking ppl) were really awwwww.