A good-bye letter isn't enough
Of all the times I've been taught in this amazing school by teachers who have influenced me in a positive way, this is the first time in my entire life, I stop by 7th grade and met somebody who's, not only had influenced me positively, but actually made me look to life in a better way,
A way in which it made me more confident to do what ever I want even if people are going to judge my work or even myself, she made me have high self-esteem, and self-esteem is really important in life. It helped me almost through all the problems I've had during this incredible year from bullying to losing friends and what so ever.
In this year, with the help of the amazing teacher , I have learnt that even if you're bullied, had lost a friend (who is a big deal for you and is actually hard for you to lose) you shouldn't give up. I also learnt that even if there are people who keep on judging what you do or how you look,etc.., aren't the people that you should give up your dreams for.
Even though life can be so harsh, your dreams aren't heavier than you've expected them to be. What I mean is that life wont be complete if there weren't any haters/judges right in front of you judging and hating on you, but what you can do is simply ignore what they would tell you and keep moving on, that's what I've learnt from the teacher.
Once you've met someone who had changed your life from good:/ to excellent:), you will obviously change forever.
This is the last thing that I'm going to write for this amazing teacher, but this letter isn't any kind of letter, it's a farewell letter written for someone special. This amazing change that I've had this year is one of a kind, not only the change is one of a kind, but actually the teacher is one of a kind too.
Miss Samah hadn't only influenced me, but actually influenced other amazing students whom she discovered, each and every one of them, including myself.
Special thanks to Miss Samah for this incredible year and for all the amazing advices she had given to many of the 7th graders this year<3 With love, appreciation, and respect, Dalia Issa 7A<3