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I Hated Teaching in The Past, But I Love It Today!

I love Teaching!
I love Teaching!

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“I’m a teacher, and I hope you’ll be a good teacher my daughter!” said my Dad.
“I’m sorry, Dad! I don’t love teaching. I have other dream. I wanna be a secretary.”
“No problem! You have freedom to improve yourself. Our prayers for you!”

It was a simple dialogue between my Dad and I 17 years ago. I do remember it well. I was 19 years in that time, and I was immature. I thought that I’d be different with my father. I really didn’t like teaching. Standing in front of the students, teach them, weren’t my dream.

After finishing my senior high school, I got many brochures from a few universities, but I didn’t accept their offerings. I had to see the budget for my education, and I didn’t want to burden my parents with my university cost. In the end, I accepted my parent’s suggestion to continue my study to Institute Dirosah Al-Islamiyah Al-Amien, Madura East Java. I lived and learned there. Guess, what I learned there! I learned Islamic teaching….Yes, teaching method , dear friends. He…he.

Time by time, my dream has changed. I tried to love teaching activity. I had ever been asked by a mentor from CNI about my dream. I answered proudly, “I want to be a good educator!”

My dream became true! Alhamdulillah!

Before joined to Ad-da’wah where I teach at, I had ever hunted other jobs to many factories, and all my applications were rejected. 😀
The securities of a factory (I don’t remember the name of that factory) said to me after reading and checking my application, “The suitable job for you is teaching, because your writing, your language and your intelligence have told us that you’re like a teacher.”
I’m a teacher, and I love my job. I love my students and so do they.
I joined to Ad-da’wah in 2006-2012. I left it for 2 years to accompany and to teach my son at home. Then I’m back again to school (my job) till now.
I believe in Allah, I got it because of the prayers of my parents and Allah has accepted their prayers. Alhamdulillah! (All praise is due to Allah)

A little note: My dad became a teacher for 40 years. He had passed away in August 9th, 2014.
My prayer for him always!

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I'm a teacher in Islamic Elementary School. Hand lettering is my new hobby, but I like it so much. Here, I wanna master it n all the genre of my writing.

27 thoughts on “I Hated Teaching in The Past, But I Love It Today!

  1. Oh I’m sad to hear about our dad, Allah yarhamo.
    He surely was proud of you!
    As I already said, if I had to work, I would be a teaher as well but alhamdoulillah I’m the teacher of my son. I think you make the most beautiful job ever!
    May Allah protect you sis ❤️

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    1. Jazakillah khoir for your fellow feeling, sis! Ameen Allahumma Ameen. Al umm hiya madrosatul ula. You’re doing awesome work as a teacher for your son, Sis. It’s really awesome! You have many times for him. Ameen summa ameen. Barakallahu fiiki, ya ukhti al azizah. ❤

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    1. Ameen Allahumma Ameen. Jazakillah khoirul jazaa for your nice dua, sis! I teach some lessons, Qur’an, Math, Natural and social sciences, and Indonesian language. There’re some specific teachers in school. I teach class 4 at Islamic Elementary School.

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    1. Indeed, he was. No, no I’m not Sister. I’m just someone who loves teaching a lot. Thank you so much for your beautiful words, my dear sis. Ameen summa ameen, and jazakillah to your dua. May Allah bless you too!

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    1. Thank you very much, sister. Your kind words are really made my day. Ameen….ameen yaa Rabb. Jazakillah khoir to your dua, sister. Alhamdulillah, he was. He’s always in my heart, n my prayers for him, ever.

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  2. Salam sister, Just wanted to tell you that I accepted you on Skype and I answered to your email there. Looking forward to reading your answer sis!
    May Allah bless you ❤️

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    1. Wa’alaikumussalam warahmatullahi wabarakatuh , my dear sis . Jazakillah khoir for answering my email . 😊
      Alhamdulillah I’ve read your answers .
      Beautiful answers, indeed! 😊😘

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  3. This is beautiful that you have shared your feelings here. I guess teaching is not a profession, it is a passion. Your father knew that and I admire his long service of forty years. Your intentions are pure and your are sincere with your profession. May Allah give you success in every path of your life (Ameen).

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    1. That’s true, sis! For me, teaching isn’t a profession, but as my passion. I’ll do it with love. 💝
      My dad had taught me a lot about it, Alhamdulillah. I’m in learning to be a good teacher, my dear friend!
      Thank you so much for your nice prayer. Ameen Allahumma Ameen. To you too as well! ( ameen)

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  4. May Allah grant your father Jannah, Ameen! I agree- your personality is like that of a fantastic teacher masha’Allah- very loving, caring, understanding and friendly! ❤ ❤ ❤ May Allah continue to give you success as a teacher and as a mother, Ameen!

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