Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #32

We are blessed to be in a time where there are teachers absolutely everywhere teaching just about anything we want to learn. I figured it was a beautiful subject to show gratitude on. I’m so grateful for the teachers who have touched my life. It was in the classroom where I found my passion for writing. I’m grateful for my life teachers, even if I didn’t love some of the lessons. They helped me find my strength, courage, and confidence to honor the person I am. I’m grateful for the creative teachers who taught me let go and try new and different things. I’m grateful for my college professors who taught me to push myself. I’m grateful for the people who have made the how-to videos on You Tube. The list goes on and on.

R.I.P. Mrs. Francis you are always in my heart!

This year, I feel the teachers of the world could use our energy of love, abundance, and peace, so today the challenge is to say thank you to the teachers in your life. The wonderful thing about being in the energy of love, abundance, and peace is when we share it, it MULTIPLIES. Let us flood teachers with our appreciation today and watch the energy expand. Let’s make sure teachers know how appreciated they truly are. Even if you can’t find your favorite teachers, write them a letter putting your full love and appreciation in it. Watch what doing this exercise does to your energy. It’s beautiful. Enjoy the journey. I started by thanking some of my children’s teachers. Who are the teachers you will thank today?

With Love, Gratitude, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2020

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Appreciating the Teachers in the Classrooms

Dear Teachers,

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for all that you do in and out of the classroom. I know being a teacher is not a job you leave behind when you leave school. You invest so much of your personal time and energy to make sure you are doing the best job that you can. You are hit with an unrealistic amount of demands from parents, administration, school boards, government, and committees all asking you to give more and more. 

All that would wear the average person down, but here you are in classes of 20 + kids and trying to give each of them a chance to succeed in an unknown world that changes faster than textbooks can be written. You make the impossible possible five days a week. 

Even accomplishing all the daily riggers, you still take the time to spot kids who need more of you than the subject you’re teaching covers. You still have the ability to spot those opportunities to mentor and potentially change the trajectory of a child’s life. Now, more than ever with the pressures put on these kids, this connection can save lives. You have the ability to catch things we can’t always see. I’m so grateful to the teachers who have helped me see where my kids needed more attention. Without you, I wouldn’t be able to do my part in my child’s success. 

You have so many jobs the second you decide to become a teacher. You answer to so many different people. I want you to know, I see you! I notice you! I appreciate you! Most parents have a few kids to balance and can’t get it all done. You have 20 + and sometimes you make it look so easy when we ask you to do just a little more for our child. I know how big that is! You are a hero. 

If there are days you feel like giving up, I hope you find this letter and it reminds you that it is people like you that are remembered. You are the voices that stick with us as we face all the hurdles in life. We may remember random lessons or moments as we face some of our greatest successes. You are important! You Matter! 

Learning is for you! It’s not for your parents, your teachers, or your friends. It is the one thing nobody can ever take away from you, and what you put into it, you get out of it.

-Lynn Gesdorf (1988) 7th Grade Language Arts teacher

With Love and Gratitude, 

A Better Me

Rachael Wolff © 2020, 2018

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