The difference between the novice and the master is that the master has failed more times than the novice has tried.
The sooner they know the frustration of defeat, the greater their growth will be.
True feelings tend to bubble when under pressure from a big decision, sometimes conflict can be the best opportunity to strengthen a friendship.
Whether a fish lives in a clear stream or a water ditch, so long as it continues swimming forward, it will grow up beautifully.
I study too, you know. How could I teach anyone if I didn’t grow and learn day by day?
The world will always be filled with injustice. If you have time to give up or hold a grudge against that injustice, then use that time to enjoy battling those injustices instead.
To a young person for whom everything comes easily, the pain of defeat can be a much needed wake up call.
If I wasn't prepared to be flexible as the situations demands, I wouldn't have become a teacher.
The past you've lost will never come back. I myself have made so many mistakes. But we can learn from the past so we don't repeat it.
When backed into a corner, the first order of business is assessing your options.
Backup plans are the cornerstone of confidence.
Broadly speaking, there are two reasons a person feels the desire to teach something: Either he wants to pass on his successes or he wants to pass on his failures.
Exams are an opportunity to teach correctly the meaning of winning and losing, of strong and weak. Students soak up heaping helpings of successes and setbacks. Take in now what it means to win, what it means to lose.
You may have grown too strong. Drunk on your own power, you forgot to put yourself in the shoes of someone weaker than you.
Every teacher secretly frets over whether the path he sets his students on is the right one. But he points the way to the best future he can see for them.