Have you ever had a notion to lie down and give up, no matter how much you wanted to achieve? Well, that's how I felt until I met Mrs. M. Mrs. M is a teacher at my high school. She is viewed as our mom. She not only educates, she inspires, and is admired and adored. No matter how dogmatic the world is, Mrs. M. sagaciously turns all situations into a learning medium. She has taught me to succeed and never let my guard down. She has taught me patience, love, and has shown me that I have the ability to climb the ladder of success no matter how challenging it becomes. I owe my success to her. She is to be praised for meeting the expectations of the future and doing it with great tenacity and a constant smile. Love you, Mrs. M.
-- Nominated by Anonymous, Miami, FL.
Submitted by Anonymous
Pass It On®
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Norman from Cayman Islands APRIL 13, 2009
That's the spirit of humanity. What a beautiful world we'll have if this was emulated everywhere. Thanks for sharing, I'll definitely "pass it on."
Nick B. from Cheyenne, WY SEPTEMBER 27, 2008
Wow! I thank you kindly for this story. Its positive stories like this that keep me going; knowing that there are still people in the world that you can count on and will be there for you. Thank you with all my heart.
Teresa K. from Redmond, Oregon MARCH 18, 2008
My husband stops for every single car that he sees on the side of the road. He never cares if we're late going somewhere or desperate ourselves. I guess thats what I love about him. I wish every body could get this message.
Kirthishri M. V. from India, Bangalore MARCH 12, 2008
These people make a world a better place to live in.
Kayode A. from Lagos, Nigeria FEBRUARY 13, 2008
Kayode A. from Lagos, Nigeria FEBRUARY 9, 2008
People like this are really rare, most of us are too busy with ourselves to stop and think about others. Thank you for the reminder to reach out!
Joe R. from West Virginia, USA JANUARY 9, 2008
Wow! I'm going to use this story with my kids at school...if I can keep my voice from wavering as I read it to them! :) THIS is what parents should be teaching their kids nowadays. Thank you for sharing this...
Kirby from California, USA NOVEMBER 23, 2007
"This is what people do, They help each other." Everyone should live by that rule. Then our world would truly be great.
Aparna A. from Patna, India NOVEMBER 16, 2007
The world is still a beautiful place because of people like these...