Teachers: Unsung Heroes of the World Essay

4188 Words Dec 24th, 2011 17 Pages

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This reflection paper is dedicated to the unsung heroes of the world—TEACHERS;

To all morally upright and just individuals whose sense of integrity and humility are rooted deeply within them;

To Mr. Books who never fails to inspire me with his words and wisdom;

To my parents and my mentor, EXPERIENCE, for making me understand at an early age the essentialities of life here on earth;

And to my Creator, You are beyond the superlative degree of adjective. You are the Minerva and the hair of Samson in my life. You have always been there leading me along the path that I have chosen!

I salute you all!

- K.A.P.C.

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