Re: Being your own teacher
Interesting analogy to a basic scientific principle, valid for economics, psychology and whatever else.
Perhaps being an effective teacher is kind of like being a river, bringing life preserving sustenance, not to individuals, but rather to an area of need, and not being concerned as to which parched plants and animals get their share.
I have found it beyond my ability to predict which students would or could benefit from training or instruction, being content to see which ones actually do over a period of time. My function is to keep "putting it out there" and accept whatever happens.
It is especially gratifying to observe the few that do get it, as they evolve into being self reliant and inner motivated teachers in their own right.
Thank you for your kind thoughts and your experiences. I really enjoy your perspective on things. Please keep the faith!
Last edited by aikishihan : 03-22-2010 at 02:20 AM.