B= rebuild and
D= and not defame the
GR= Good Reputation of our own
History proves that the only factor responsible for shaping the future of nations is “The habit of their habits”.
Pakistan was a land of versatile minds and diverse cultures, then how come its developmental approaches became less attractive? The answer is; we, as a nation, started to plant such habits which grew to barren our uniqueness, our culture and our broader perspectives.
It is said that learning to respect is to learn the key rules of progress, but since the inception of Pakistan; our Institutions, which are the key pillars to lift Pakistan, are facing a deadly element, i.e., Disrespect. The democracy in Pakistan is still infertile because it hasn’t been provided with the necessary chlorophyll of its due respect and cohesion among the institutions by the various governments in Pakistan. Their approach of hyphenated relations with their institutions and taking no sincere steps have led to consecutive chaos in the country.
The politicians had only played the blame game to illusion the public’s visions and minds. Their blame game had been surrounding the most prestigious institutions in the country. It seems like the politicians consider our all institutions collectively as a little naughty child; who, when didn’t want to and couldn’t complete his task, started to blame and disturb the fellows.
The teacher’s task is then to invite that child and try to resolve what’s going on in him, on a table. Rather than starting defaming him in front of the class and in such a loud voice to humiliate him in front of the whole school.
The teacher needs to amend his habits with his consultation and to rebuild him and not defame him as a whole, he must have been a very good soldier to defend his family, and he might have gotten hurt in doing so many times. May be, because of him the whole class feels secure and focused to improve, then will it be a wise decision and habit to defame his good reputation? And if the teacher is feeling irritated at the careless and stubborn attitude of his pupil then according to Diogenes: “Why not whip the teacher when the pupil misbehaves”.
Let us at first, list out the shortcomings of the teacher (i.e. Pakistani governments).
(1) Poor discipline and self organization: When the teacher himself isn’t disciplined and well organised to take care of his student, then what’s wrong if the child empowers himself to share his teacher’s seat to maintain the discipline of class and to help him run the system smoothly.
(2) Lack of unity, coherence and integrity in a teacher doesn’t make him attractive enough to rule over the class.
(3) Lack of teacher’s sincerity and his habits of indulging in corruption makes him suspicious in the eyes of his pupils and they, then by hook or by crook, try to get their teacher replaced.
Now the question arises what should the teacher do?
(4) The teacher needs to devise a pattern of discussion and cooperation with his pupil.
(5) He should invite the student on the table and set a complete to-do list for the student and also mention duties there. Then make an agreement with his pupil to follow the set lines of direction. It can only be achieved by listening to the reservations his student has and trying to sort them out or at least setting a plan for their solution with mutual understanding.
(6) It is up to the teacher to make his pupil recognize and realise his sphere of actions, the more the idea of mutual respect, understanding and cooperation is kept in focus, the better and long-lasting will be positive impacts on the atmosphere of the classroom.
In this way, the nature of child’s habits and actions (our institutions) needs to be reshaped and amended rather than to be disrespected and defamed.
B= rebuild and