To Teach Is To Light A Life Forever

Teaching must be approached with a passion not different from loving. Teachers who display an intense love for teaching do inspire their students and infuse them with enthusiasm to take their learning seriously and joyfully.

According to Aruppe, a teacher has to be in love for nothing is more practical for a teacher than falling in love with his calling in an almost absolute way. When you are in love with your teaching, it seizes your imagination, will affect everything in your life. It will decide what will get you out of bed in the morning, what you will do with your evenings, how you spend your weekends, what you read, what you know that breaks your heart, and what amazes you with joy and gratitude.

We teachers are reminded to fall in love with our calling. If we stay in love, it will decide everything. Yes, teaching is tiring, but when we teach, it will light a life forever.

e enjte, 16 gusht 2007

Hypothetical Propositions

A hypothetical syllogism is a syllogism that has a hypothetical proposition as one of its premises.

1.Hypothetical Propositions – A hypothetical proposition is one whose predicate does not assert of the subject in an absolute manner. There are three kinds of hypothetical propositions:

a.conditional (if…, then…) – the assertion of the consequent is dependent upon

the condition established by the antecedent.

If the elections will not push through then there will violence in the country.

b.disjunctive (either…, or…) – affirms the possibility of one or more of the

alternatives.

A candidate for public office is either qualified on unqualified.

c.conjunctive (not both…, and…) – denies the simultaneous possibility of both

alternatives.

The farmer cannot be environment friendly and not environment friendly at the

same time.

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