“To truly respect someone even when they’re wrong is to have a heart that wants to help them see, since their “wrongness” is often just the blindness of being behind. This sort of heart is open to seeing the best in another, that there is good on both sides, and that there could also be wrong in the self. It is a harder way, but it treats a person with dignity knowing they are not the enemy; rather they need a light to see further ahead where you are.”
Life has been crazy and a lot was going on, good and bad. And I want to share it here not for lots of people to see (as if my life or whatever is fascinating to know) but for my future self. For memories to keep.
- Work especially paper works ate 70% of my time. I’ve spent sleepless nights and shed a river of tears just to finish all the IEP’s, Programs, and Curriculum for my students. Being a SPED teacher is not easy as pie!
- For the first time in my life, I became an emcee.
- So I decided to apply as a public school teacher.
- Saying good bye to my students was the hardest part. I cried like a baby during the moving up.
- So much feels for 13 Reasons Why. Even better than the books.
- I love the fact that my sisters-in-law and I are pretty much close now.
- I was rank 6 in the RQA. After the results went out I was busy complying with all the requirements.
- I just finished watching Goblin. I am officially in love with K-dramas and Gong Yoo.