Humility and Appreciation - Bharti Rao

Humility is the mother of all virtues. It means to be humble and take care and think of others than your own self. If you are humble and down to earth you create a peaceful and healthy environment. Humble people always see better things in everyone, when someone makes any mistakes they forgive them. Humility is a difficult trait as you need to think about others and not boast about yourself and say ‘I’ every time. Instead, we should learn to give the credit to our teammates for success even though we have the ability to do it yourself.
Great Leaders like Mr Ratan Tata, Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, A.G.P. Abdul Kalam etc. are the personalities who possess these attributes. If any institution wants to grow, the head and staff need to change themselves and be humble. Humbleness helps us to connect with the community. If we embrace the quality of humility, then only we will be able to appreciate others’ efforts. If you inculcate this quality, you will be apologetic for the mistakes you commit. Appreciation is the trait where you show gratitude, praise others and give recognition to other’s work. This quality helps to develop a feeling of togetherness.

An educator plays a very important role in shaping a child’s personality and this can only be possible if he is humble and understandable. Appreciation plays an important role in a student’s life. If a child is appreciated he feels motivated. This motivation and appreciation bring enthusiasm and excitement to complete his task. Educators are always the role models of their students. If their educator possesses these qualities, then the child tends to inculcate these qualities in them. I end with quoting the words of Gordon B. Hinckley,” Being Humble means recognizing that we are not on Earth to see how important we can become but to see how much difference we can make in the lives of others”.

Bharti Rao 
The Fabindia School

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