by Rachel Lynwood, BA (Philosophy & Sociology) (UNSW), BA (Hons) (SCU), MEd (UTS)
What does it mean to be a teacher? We often can define a ‘teacher’ as someone who is the ‘holder of knowledge’ – the one who imparts to us all that we need to know and practically apply to being in the world. We have been taught to read, write, calculate mathematical equations, understand scientific formulas – all of which have their place and serve a purpose in our contributing to society.
Have we been reminded of the innate wisdom that we all carry within – that ultimately holds the key to living a life that is deeply enriching and gives back to humanity in ways that truly serve?
A teacher that is best placed to bring out the true essence of the student is the one who is genuinely connected with him/herself. Serge Benhayon is one such teacher – a true world teacher – which means the depth of connection he holds with himself, allows him to naturally connect with others in a way where he holds all equally with love, respect and humility.
The true world teacher is also by virtue of the quality of connection with themselves and others – able to read, understand and live responsively to what remains unaddressed among humanity.
Thank You Serge Benhayon – for you do indeed epitomise that of the true World Teacher who truly serves All …