Masks we are obliged to wear

As teachers, we have different worlds that harbor our lives.When you take a step into your class where you meet your children, you are expected to turn theri heads to you or bring something new to them. That’s why, you are are surrounded by obligations that you should be alive and lovely. However, you may not reflect this spirit to yourq own kids in your classes due to the fact that you come across the events that get yourself involved desperate or pain. You may feel like not taking breath in the life. Under this circumtances it is too tough to resurrect yourself. how could you get over this since you are regared as the general, hero or priencess in the eyes of your students?Wearing masks disolves the matter. thanks to expereince year by year, you become good collectors of masks which always reflect the happiness and hope in different shapes.when you finish your job in class, all of your children leave class by showing their gratitude to you. Then, you become alone with your wrath after this good-bye ceremony . You take off your mask and look at yourself inte mirror. The fact just stands against you. The only thing left for you is just doing nothing but just a stare at you with questions…


Blast from the Past: The Nuts and Bolts of Facebook Fan Pages

After each step, you could reach your aim alongside patience without any moment you consider giving up:))just hang tough!:)

The Daily Post

The Daily Post is on hiatus from December 24 to December 31, so we’ll be highlighting great posts from the archives that you might have missed the first time around. 

We wrap up Blast from the Past week with an in-depth look at Facebook fan pages — what they are, how they can boost and engage your readership, and how to build one.

We return tomorrow with part one of our series on getting a new blog off on the right foot, and our 30-Day Zero to Hero Challenge begins on January 2!

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