Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.


In my early years, I was a lazy student. I wanted to play more, and studied little resulting in terrible grades. The only subject I loved to learn were languages only because the teacher was a devoted and sweet woman. One evening, I opened the Biology book for an exam I had the next day. I suddenly became passionate knowing everything about "the  cell." I read the entire chapter over and over throughout the night. I didn't have time to study other sections. To my fortune, the Biology teacher, who distrusted me, isolated me alone on a bench, so I could not copy any answers from other students.


She looked at me and said: "Theme: 1, Chapter :"The cell." THE CELL! I started writing without stopping. I was so excited. The teacher looked at me, surprised as no one was around me to pass me any information. I was the only student who got an A +. But from that moment on, something extraordinary happened between that teacher and I: "we started respecting each other." It was the bond that was created in us that made me a studious and a dedicated student. When I teach languages to my students, I seek that we first learn together the path of our bond. Our two hearts associated with the mission of learning. And it becomes a happy experience for both parties. They learn from their essential and unexplored skills involving their hearts in what they do.



"You must be the change you wish to see in the world". Gandhi