Why can't we all be important teachers

A lot of people want to change the world for the better, but very few people actually do take action to change the world. Here are three people who are dedicated to building a better world. And they are trying to achieve this by spreading positivity the best way they know how to, using words. They started a website to share inspiring stories with the world.

The teacher's aid: Victoria Jennings "The big dreamer"

She is a big dreamer with hopes of becoming a published writer one day. Often times she catches herself smiling wildly like one of her students when they are praised for doing a good job on their assignments. She is a firm believer that we get what we work for. Her motto is "hard work equals success, laziness equals failure". She always gives her best in everything she does, and never leaves anything to chance. She is the aspiring writer of the group, a young energetic individual who is passionate about teaching and nurturing children.

School safety expert: John Martinez "The happy chap"

He believes that one should make most of this life, in fact, one of his favorite phrases is "life is too short". He believes that laughter is the key to a happy, healthy and long life. And true to his nickname, he is always smiling. He is the site editor, a simple playful fellow who never really seems to take anything seriously on the surface but at his core, he worries too much, more than is necessary.

The elementary school teacher: Dean Conklin "The Nomad"

He considers himself very lucky. He believes that if an idea stays with you for a long time then it is meant to be and you should do everything in your power to have it come to life. When he is asked for advice by aspiring writers, he always says the same thing, "never give up". He is the contributing writer. His goal is to visit as many countries of the world as possible and is committed to sharing his experience through his writing.

In conclusion, despite all the brutality across the globe, these people believe that there is hope in having faith in humankind. That at the end of the day, we could rise above our shortcomings and that by using words, they can touch people's hearts to do better and be better human beings. Perhaps yo can help us share those ideas with comments and suggestions. Contact us here:



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