I wrote you many letters in my mind and erased it off thinking of what if you’ll find the truth behind my affectionate way of writing to you, but today I feel so different inside myself.
I was an average student of your school. Scored 73% in my 10th and 60% in 12th grades.
Played none of the sports taught by the professor, never involved in any co-curium activities and I still neither knows what I will become in my future life. Accepting your rules and following them at one go was something not possible for me.
You pointed out many demerits in me and never ever appreciated the qualities I possessed. I loved to challenge and disprove every statement form your mouth against me.
You made my mother cried. You made my father scold me for no mistake of mine. You made your discissions to be imposed on me without my willing. Your almost destroyed my childhood.
Professor(Pandaya Sir, Mathematics Teacher) at school even warned me that I will never ever cross my 12th examinations at my first attempt but I did.
Personally I hate you the most in my life but I must admit you are the best teacher of my life
You taught me many things what I never wanted to learn. You made me what I am 2 day and I am proud of what I am.
In spite of your several rejections, I proud to be ACCEPTED by the world.
Thank you for coming into my life and show me the worse I could experience at that age. I pray to your god that please never ever create a wonderful teacher like you.
Sorry that I cannot follow the bible as it says “to forgive”
But I promise of a day that you will be proud of me.
Though I am not interested to ever see you face again in my life but still I promise of an appointment with you after your death. Let it be haven or hell I will pay a visit to you.
That’s my promise.
An Average Student.