Monday, August 11, 2008

My favorite teacher

My favorite and lovely teacher is my computer teacher. I have some favorite teacher with my school teacher, college teacher and varsity teacher. They are of all my favorite and respectable teacher. But my computer teacher always be friendly object of affection with me. Oh, yes needless to say- Her name is Taslima Akter. She is very nice, intelligent, punctual, responsible, funny, honey etc……………



She is not only my teacher, in brief she is my friend with time of prosperity. Because, she is always beside me with my joy and sorrow. When I nothing decided my life’s any difficult decision, then she suggest me what is wrong or right. When I become disappointed or hopeless in any cause then she make me venturous. Just that’s not all, she always be help my any essential working part. My any good working behind she encourage me. So at last I want to say, She is my part of heart.

6 comments:

David Sasaki said...

I think that Taslima is a source of support and inspiration for many people - both at Nari Jibon and online. We are all lucky to have her as a teacher and friend.

kbw said...

i've been very happy to see taslima grow as a teacher from a volunteer to full-time staff. same-same for zannat who bravely opened her own blog and has taken on new skills with photography and flicker. i look forward to more good works from both of them!

Portnoy said...

Say hello to Taslima!

Adelynne said...

Your teacher sounds like a gem - she puts other teachers to shame! Thanks for sharing, Zannat!

Maika said...

Hi! I enjoyed your pictures and blog,which is well-done. Since I have a Bangladeshi friend, your blog inspired me some image of Bangladesh.
You have just learned blogging and English, right? Do you think these skills changed your life to a better direction? (I do not know how to manage a blog, so I admire you!).Also, I like beautiful Bangladeshi dresses for women. Do women usually have to wear these dresses, and men also should wear a traditional dress in daily life? If not, how do you feel as Bangladeshi women? do you feel unfair about any social difference with men? Sorry that I had a lot of questions! Maika

Zannat Ara Amzad said...

Thanks to all for your good comments.
Hi...Maika, how are you? I am very pleased to receive your comments.
Recently I completed English spoken and computer office program course from Nari Jibon Project and now Im also student of Photography section. I am continuing learning computer, English and blogging. Yes, I think those skills are changed my life to a better direction. Always I want and try to write blog post in real incident of Bangladesh from my view. In Bangladesh, women are usually have to wear Shari, Salower-kamij and men normally also should wear Shirt-pant, but traditionally wear panjabi-pajama.
I feel very proud as Bangladeshi women.