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Happy Teacher's Day! Selamat Hari Guru!
Friday, May 15, 2009

To all my teachers and ustaz and ustazah, I wish you all a 'Happy Teacher's Day'!

May Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala bless you all with the best of Iman, health, wealth and give you your due rewards both here on Earth and in the Hereafter, Ameen Ya Rabbal Alameen.

To my wife, who is a teacher and also an ustazah for my son, I wish you a blessed and pleasant day as well! May Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala bless you with the goodness of this world and the Akhirat! Ameen.

Teachers play a very important part in our life's. Without teachers, knowledge won't be what it is today. Those who teach us the good, bad and the ugly play a very important role in molding us to be who and what we are or become. The choice to learn anything is ours. So choose well.

The very first record we have of a teacher is in the Holy Qur'an where the Supreme Teacher of the entire Universe, Allah the Almighty, taught Our Father, the Prophet Adam Alaihis Salam, all that he needed to know, in Jannatul Firdaus, the highest Paradise.

This is before the rest of the humankind came to exist. So, none can lay claim to beat this record.

When the Archangel Jibreel Alaihis Salam appeared before the Last Messenger of God , the Holy Prophet Muhammad Sallalahu Alaihi Wassallam, he came in the form of a glowing shining light and uttered 'I'qra!' meaning 'Read!'

The very first word and revelation of the Holy Qur'an , God's Last Testament and Complete Guidance for all Mankind is to 'Read!'

Only by reading anything can anyone gain knowledge. To be able to read is to have learned how to read and one needs a teacher to learn how to do just that? Hence, the importance of us honoring our teachers, no matter who they are and how they come to be.

Never disrespect your teachers. In the Indian culture, they go to the extent of honoring their teachers right after their parents and before their deities.

'Maata; Pitaa; Guru; Deivam' so goes their tradition of honoring their parents first followed by their teachers and then their deities.

First and foremost, naturally we worship Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala, then we love our Rasul Sallalahu Alaihi Wassallam. In Islamic traditions, we are to honor our mother first, then our father, then our teachers.

Sure, every now and then, we hear of some teachers who do some crazy things including abusing the trust of the students and parents by committing despicable acts that I just don't have the heart to mention here!

These are isolated cases and goes to show that you can't just trust anyone a 100%!

Always go by the 70/30 rule. You place your trust just 70% upon anyone except Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta'ala and His Last Messenger!

Reserve the remaining 30% as your backup self belief to start all over again in case you get played out by the very person or persons upon whom you placed your trusts!

This is the reality of life. We do get played out every now and then by those whom we never even suspected of being capable of going against us but they will.

Teachers play a very important deciding role in our life's. Those who are true to their profession have always proved to be willing to sacrifice their whole life's for the sake of their pupils and I have been fortunate to have had good, examplary teachers in my life.

Kids nowadays have so many luxuries that I didn't have. They get so much pocket money today, have gadgets, laptops, handphones, own transport, etcetera.

They are a much pampered lot and seldom appreciate their teachers. Only when they grow up, get married and have children of their own, will they reflect back and wish that they had paid more respect and attention to their teachers?

Well, to each, their own. As for me, I appreciate and love all my teachers who have taught me and guided me to be what I am today.

I wish them all a blessed and 'Happy Teacher's Day'! Terima kasih Cikgu!


posted by adee @ SiR QiErA @ qiera @ 7:08 PM  
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