Dear Hargovind Sir,
Hi, I never forget that day when I was coming to class with my father he just informed me to join ‘Spoken English’ after my 12th exam. I thought in mind again study so I hated you when I first met you. I hated the fact that you made me stand up straight during public speaking. I hated the way you made me wear my uniform right way. I hated the way you made me speak correctly and pulled out my mistakes. Most of all, I hated the way that you wouldn’t accept my home work unless it was the best I could do. And the best always seemed more effort than I was willing to put in.
We had lots of arguments and discussion over several topics, at the start. I remember you never lost your temper while teaching me or corrected me. You were always patient with me handle my ego. You always took the time to listen to me, whenever I wanted to be heard my personal problems.
And now I look back upon that time as so important in the development of the person that I am today. You taught me how to be live in discipline. You taught me what is my right dignity is. Much more than English, which was what you were supposedly teaching me, you taught me that I could achieve more than what I or other people thought that I was capable of. I could be a success, without your guideline
And finally thanks for all motivational lectures that make me best in my company.
For that lesson, I owe you so much things in my life.