Thursday, December 9, 2010
Since a long time, I’m thinking about a matter. But I have never told this to anyone yet. Today I shared that message in a hidden folder in my brain with my class.
During the second period, one of the housekeeping uncles came to my class with a memo. All of us were doing our class works and we continued with it. The very next period, our principal and supervisor came to our class and every single child stood up and wished them. We did not forget to thank them also while they leave. My doubt again aroused and I decided to ask it to my teacher.
“Ma’am, May I ask you one doubt? Pardon me if my doubt is silly.”
“Of course you can” she said.
“Ma’am, when someone comes to our class we used to wish them. But why don’t we wish these uncles who do a lot of help to us?”
She smiled at me and shared this with the class. One of the students in my class murmured that it’s not important to wish them. No one said anything and we continued our class work. After two or three periods, one uncle came to our class and our whole class stood up and wished him. We all could see the brightness in his face mixed with excitement and happiness. I was really really really so happy. And this is my happiest and most favourite day in my life.
I hope that our whole school will follow this forever.