Education is defined as an enlightening experience; responsible for the development, 
growth and progression of an individual and hence mankind as a whole. 

It's the development occurring harmoniously in physical, psychological, social and spiritual backgrounds.

It is not confinement to understanding reading and writing, but learning to differentiate right from wrong,
a sense of responsibility to one's society, and reflecting one's spirit  in the right direction by one's morals and values.

George Carlin has famously propagated, that it is not enough to teach children to read, but for them
 to learn to question what they read. 

We as teachers are responsible for shaping and channeling such ideas and curiosity.

It is believed that young impressionable children often enter the school with a mind as a blank canvas, 
and the knowledge his instrument- to paint a life beautiful with a myriad of colours. 

But it is not only necessary to cultivate ideas, but also provide the power to construct them as reality. 

In this world, where failure has become part and parcel of learning, it is undoubtedly important for us to remember and teach- that mistakes are our best teachers, and should 
be taken as lessons in life to stand tall and competent.