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Music makes this world a better place. It is a vent to our emotions and food for our souls. A teacher who teaches you music is truly special. A music teacher doesn’t just teach you how to sing a song or how to play an instrument. A music teacher teaches you the power of music. They teach you how to be inspired by music and how to convey your deepest emotions with a single word, tune or note. If you have such a teacher in your life, then it is time you thank them. These ‘thank you’ messages are perfect to express gratitude for all the efforts, lessons and inputs of your music teacher. For all the times when your teacher corrected you, encouraged you and inspired you to break all the barriers and reach new heights and for all the times when they taught you to never stop believing…

After parents, teachers are among the biggest influences in developing the personality, morals, and overall future of children. They work insanely long hours, giving up their nights and weekends for work they’ve taken home, only to receive snarky comments about how great it must be to have summers off. They dry your children’s tears, help them to reach for their dreams, and love them nearly as much as you do. On Teacher Appreciation Day, here are a few ways to recognize the teachers in your child’s life and show your gratitude for all of the hard work that they do every day. Advocate for Teachers’ Issues This gift doesn’t cost a thing and is a thank you to not only your child’s current teacher but to all who work in the education profession. Find out about the needs of your local schools and write letters to the superintendent, board of…

Since childhood, we are often taught by our parents to say “Thank You” whenever some give us a compliment, praises us for our doings or shower us with gifts. In fact, the teaching of parents to a child to say “Thank you” is so common that in public places you often hear this term. Moreover, the utterance of the word- “Thank you” is very common at school, colleges, and workplace or party gatherings. Usually a quick or humble “Thank you” is uttered by the child and the parents are usually satisfied. The art of saying “Thank you” must be taught at a young age so that you can have this habit even when you grow up. Being thankful to those people who have often appreciated our work is very important for us to lead a happy and peaceful life. You must believe in accepting compliments since this important in your…