17/05/2018 07:33
One thing about Teachers Day that I’ve always looking forward to during my schooling years was the pupils’ talent time. Pupils were given the opportunity to come out with their own talent shows, went for a screen test in front of a board of teachers in charge, and if they were selected, they’ll get...
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03/02/2018 11:20
The echoes of laughter in the workplace may show that happiness is in the air for some people. But an excessive amount of it may result in irritation and annoyance.  My mother used to tell me (in her mother tongue), too much happiness is no good. If there’s too much of anything, men will be...
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26/01/2018 10:57
“The real loneliness is living among all these kind people who only ask one to pretend!” ― Edith Wharton,     Akhil Bhadwal Aug 2015 Insincerity Calls Insincerity calls and asks for a favour Fulfill the task and boodle will shower Complete this work and I will feed Thee with...
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09/04/2017 22:46
If you smiled at others’ failures, you've just experienced schadenfreude, a bit of enjoyment at the misfortunes of others. And now researchers know more about why some people experience this seemingly odd emotion. W aka ka ka! People with low self-esteem were more likely to...
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19/07/2016 22:45
If we consider ourselves as passionate and motivated teachers, we are actually the most valuable resource the education system has. We can be most effective and fulfilled teachers when we ourselves pursue exciting learning opportunities. All too frequently we give up the joy of being curious as we...
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How low can we go

12/07/2016 20:26
I’m sorry. I believe teachers need more support, more appreciation, and more money. I know that I am who I am today because of several amazing teachers. Teaching is about love. We, naturally, take a friendly interest in the people who work together, spend a lot of time together, so it is even more...
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Dream on

11/07/2016 23:18
Why can’t we have school staff that had differences but worked together for a common cause? Is doing what we felt was best for students had earned us a reputation for being “not a team player”? Teaching - when you are passionate and innovative - can be an incredibly isolating experience.
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Backbiting and slander is prohibited in Islam

28/08/2015 05:55
It all started at the end of 2014, when my application for a transfer to a new school was approved. I knew nothing about it until this month. Little that l realized that there are already some input in defamation even before l registered myself to a new school. Why would someone damage someone's...
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05/06/2015 16:34
Everything around me needs reframing. I am now in the process of reframing challenges and looking at them as blessings. I am trying to see challenges as highly beneficial experiences, adventures in learning, or even as a blessing in disguise.  One major reason why a challenge might intimidate...
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Hurtful Words

28/05/2015 23:49
Whosoever covers (the sins of) a Muslim, Allah covers (his sins) on the Day of Judgment. ~ Reported by Bukhari  “it‘s easy to scatter the feathers but impossible to get them back.” So it is with gossip; it doesn’t take much to spread hurtful words, but once you do, you can never completely...
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