A School Teacher
Never quit a position like a school teacher! Why? because it's the most honorable job ever. A school teacher sacrifices for the other people. What do the other people sacrifice for him? ! A school teacher's honesty and commitment make him the best. He gives and gives, but he rarely takes. In the school he is a big address, in the giving without limits, and in the building of educated generations unbelievable. Exhausted and tired in his giving. He never rests until he fulfills a message. Giving to others is his address. Blessed be all teachers who give. A special thank to him and a thousand greetings with roses and flowers. Stand up for the teacher and reward him what he deserves. A school teacher is a great man. A school teacher message is a kind message. A school teacher 's address is a big one. Thank you MR SCHOOL TEACHER FOR EVER.
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