The purities of a mother profession.
A business just like any other,
Selling knowledge for money and that’s it:
Paying more money for more knowledge,
Crying no money and no good things out of it.
A good teacher is he who brands himself,
The one whose service leads to performance:
He who’s honored by students and parents,
The one with reputation in payment.
Poverty doesn’t make a good teacher,
And wealth doesn’t define mastery,
But service and its output,
The qualities of a good teacher.
He who makes it home,
With standards and principles,
Where clients find life out of it,
That is the purity of the teaching industry.