25 June, 2018

The Job that she hated #WriteBravely

Read Part 1 of the short story here.

Karthika has always dreamed of taking up higher studies and becoming a doctor.

Unfortunately, her dreams were shattered when she lost her father in a serious accident. She has to discontinue her graduation to support her family.

When her neighborhood school needed a maths teacher urgently, she had to join for money.
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She never liked the kids and doesn't have any patience to deal with their mischievousness. But, slowly the happy smiles of cute children, their curiosity, affection, and innocence changed something inside her. Now, teaching is not a job but has become a part of her life.






Until next time,






Linking this to Write Tribe Festival of words June 2018 hosted by Corinne. #WriteBravely






Read Part 3 here.

18 comments:

Akshata Ram said...

That was indeed a magical transformation.. sometimes we get into a profession we never dreamed we would but getting to love it is an altogether different thing. Glad she found her mojo

Bhagyashree said...

And there is no job as rewarding as teaching a child and this I say from experience

sudha krishnan said...

an extremely short sweet story. well written

Balaka Basu said...

A great story in few words.

The Novice Soul said...

I so identify with her as I too don't have any patience for my kids' naughtiness. But god that she learnt to deal with it and make her job.

Rashmi Raj said...

Oh wow! Such a transformation. Glad to see the change in her; and the positivity to take whatever comes, in her stride, and keep moving on :) Great story.

vartika mehrotra said...

sweet story

Natasha Sinha said...

That’s the best way to transform by finding joy in what we do. I’ve experienced it personally and my mom taught me that always.

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mahathi ramya A said...

Teaching is a profession which changes people unlike others.

mahathi ramya A said...

True Bhagyasree.

mahathi ramya A said...

Thanks Sudha. There is more to come.

mahathi ramya A said...

Thanks Balaka

mahathi ramya A said...

Ya. Good that she likes her job now. Else it is no fun.

mahathi ramya A said...

Thanks Rashmi.

mahathi ramya A said...

Thanks Vritika.

mahathi ramya A said...

Iam glad you could relate to this.

Luminosity blog said...

Very intersinter way if linking up the same story with different prompts.

Keerthi (thoughts thru lens) said...

Good that she found fun in the job she took up! I want to get know karthika a lot by now!

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