Cavite Gov. Boying Remulla’s first teacher is the best
He couldn’t have asked for a better first teacher.
Cavite Gov. Boying Remulla joined the World Teachers’ Day celebration and made sure to pay tribute not just to all educators who guided him, but to his very first teacher especially: his mother.
In a Facebook post, Remulla said it was his mother who taught him to read, right, and count. But she did not stop there, as she guided him throughout his adulthood.
He also expressed appreciation for the teachers who helped him in school and served as his second parents.
Without all of them, he would not have achieved what he has, he said.
This is why being a teacher is one of the most important jobs in the world.
Let’s all give thanks to them!
“Ang Ating Guro: World Teachers’ Day
Ito ang panahon na ating binibigyang pansin ang ating mga guro, o naging mga guro sa nakaraan. Kailangang sariwain natin ang mga alaala ng ating kabataan upang
luminaw ang kahalagahan ng kanilang pagbibigay ng gabay sa atin.
Ang nanay ko ang una kong naging guro.
Sa murang edad, tinuruan nya akong bumasa, sumulat, at magbilang. Hanggang sa ako ay nagkaedad, hindi nya ako tinigilang turuan.
Marami akong naging guro -Elementary, High School, College at College of Law.
Mahigit dalawampung taon ako nag-aral at sa totoo lang, hindi ako makararating sa aking kinalalagyan ngayon kung hindi
sa gabay ng aking mga guro.
Sila ang nagsilbing pangalawang magulang sa atin.
Pasalamatan natin sila, hindi lang sa salita kundi sa
Igalang natin sila at lagi nating isaisip.
Ang pagiging guro ay isa sa
pinakamahalagang gawain sa ating lipunan.
Mabuhay ang ating mga guro sa Cavite, sa Pilipinas, at sa buong mundo!” Remulla said on Facebook.
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