Are you a Hero?

This real incident written by Sangeetha

From my experience I write this for you.

If we take a class room the students will be in different characters.  Some students will be very tranquil.  Some students will be very active or over active.  Some students will be very brilliant.  In the reverse of these students some students will be very naughty and some students will be troubling the class always in such a way.  Commonly most of the teachers and other students like such good characterize students.

In this moment I remember one of my students Master Hari Charan. Actually his character is – making nuisance in the class, especially to the teachers by making variety of sounds, mostly by drumming on the desk.  Since I was the class teacher other teachers complained me about his behavior.  In my class also he used to behave alike.  Few days I observed him in the class.  While he was drumming on the desk, he was not drumming simply, there a rhythm in it.  I asked him, ‘have you any interest of playing drum?’  He did not reply for that, just he was smiling.  But I did not like to discourage his talent.

One day I took him to the drum master and told him about his behavior in the class.  The drum master also accepted me.  Very happily he attended the drum class.

After few months, during the school anniversary day he performed a stage show of drum in front of the big crowd.  Really I couldn’t believe my eyes.

So from my real experience I learnt that nobody is zero, but everybody is a hero in such a way.  So don’t treat anybody as soulless.  We should try to find their hidden skills.  It is my kind request to all my dear parents and teachers.

14 comments:

padmaja said...

Lukcy Hari that he got such a lovely teacher, there are hundreds of little Hari s out there who really need such guidance, thanks for sharing, it is inspiring to read this true incident.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Well said!! A wonderful reminder. YAM xx

Ramakrishnan Ramanathan said...

Nice heart warming story !

Sandhya said...

Very good gesture by the teacher! He was lucky to have an understanding teacher!

Ankita said...

such goods teachers like you are very rare .. nice post!

SG said...

Every student has a talent. The parents and the teacher should recognize and develop that talent. Nice post.

George said...

Thanks for sharing this story of a teacher who went an extra mile for his student. We all need to learn not to give up on people.

Betsy Adams said...

Neat story… YES, everyone has talent of one kind or another.. It's up to those around people (especially parents and teachers) to help the child/person cultivate that talent. Glad this young man became a drummer… NEAT.

Hugs,
Betsy

rudraprayaga said...

Is it a real experience?Nice.Not even a grass is useless.

SM said...

yes everyone is hero just a someone is needed to show a road

thanks for sharing great experience

Rahul Bhatia said...

True Krishna, everyone has some talent ! It only needs to be discovered!

Vineeta Yashswi said...

nicely written story no doubt...

Meera Rao said...

She is a true teacher who recalled showed the way to a student. Compassionate and wise teacher and a lucky, hardworking student :)

Haddock said...

Very true.
Every one has talent in some form or other. Finding and tapping that talent is the actual skill of the parents and teachers.