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[This I Believe] 【整理】2015-11-27&12-03 做最好的自己

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Do Your Best


When Fran Fierson was in the third grade, she had a teacher who insisted that every child do his or her personal best. Ms. Fierson took his advice to heart, and she still lives by those words today.


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I believe in doing your best. Not being the best but touching the limits of what you’re capable of. This belief was instilled in me by my third grade teacher, the most special, honored, trusted, and loved person in my life.

 

Mr. Myrus was always impeccably dressed, almost courtly, and spoke with the conviction that talking to eight-year-olds didn’t mean that he had to sacrifice proper enunciation or grammar. And he was demanding. Oh, he wasn’t unreasonable or cruel; he simply felt that no matter what your best was, you were obligated to achieve it. Anything less was wasting what resources you had been given.

 

As luck would have it, I encountered him again as my eighth grade math teacher. I was not, nor ever will be, gifted in math. And thirteen-year-old females, battling as they are with unruly hormones, do not have the energy to devote to square roots or binomial anythings. I remember our struggles for supremacy in class: “I don’t know the answer,” I would wail. “I can’t do it!” “Perhaps you don’t know the answer,” he would say quietly. “Do you think we might figure it out together? How do you know what you can do until you try?”

 

Mr. Myrus lived around the corner, and I would often stop by to talk while he worked in his wood shop. In this cocoon of sawdust, wood chips, and the smoke from the woodburning stove, I felt safe, and respected, and valued as a person. I knew there was someone who liked me for who I was, someone who, while he always wanted me to do my best, let me know that if I had really tried, that was enough. “Don’t be so hard on yourself,” he’d say. “Stop castigating yourself. Did you try your best? Well, then you’re not a failure.” (And yes, he really did use the word “castigate.” He knew that if I didn’t know what it meant I’d find out. It was part of trying your best.)

 

Mr. Myrus died in 1978. I had never thought about his dying. He was too young. I felt cheated. But when I think about him now, I don’t feel so cheated. He was my teacher, my confidant, my friend. He taught me to be kind, not only to others, but to myself. He taught me my own value, that to negate my worth was to diminish that value. He taught me about honor, about truth, and about doing my best—and that all feelings and beliefs have dignity and deserve respect. And of all the things I know, this I believe: We can’t all be “the” best, but we can, each of us, be our best, and I know that’s true because Mr. Myrus told me.

 

Fran Fierson became a teacher after being inspired by Mr. Myrus and other teachers at her elementary school. She even wrote a book about the school and dedicated it to her former teacher. Ms. Fierson currently lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, and recently began weight training, continuing her goal of always doing her best.

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Welcome to This I Believe, I'm Dan G, right now as you're listening to this, can you think of one teacher who stood out above the rest, someone who not only love the subject being taught, but love teaching and being in the classroom, for this week's essay is Fran Fierson, that person was Mr Myrus, her third grade teacher, he had an extensive vocabulary and an impeccable wardrobe, and he had high expectations for his students, insisting that every child do his or her personal best, Fierson has found that though many years have passed, she still lives by his words today.
I believe in doing your best, not being the best, but touching the limits of what you are capable of, this belief was instilled in me by my third grade teacher, the most special honored trusted and loved person in my life, Mr Myrus was always impeccably dressed, almost courtly, and spoke with the conviction that talking to eight-year-olds didn't mean that he had to sacrifice proper enunciation or grammar, and he was demanding, but he wasn't unreasonable or cruel, he simply thought that no matter what your best was,you are obligated to achieve it, anything less was wasting what resources you have been given.
As luck would have it, I again encountered him as my eighth grade math teacher, I was not nor ever will be gifted in math, and 13-year-old females battling as they are with unruly hormones, do not have the energy to devote to square roots or binomial anythings. I remember I struggled for supremacy in class, I don't know the answer, I would wail, I can't do it, perhaps you don't know the answer, he would answer quietly, do you think we might figure it out together? and how do you know what you can do until you try?
He lived around the corner and I would often stop by to talk while he worked in his wood-shop, in this cocoon of sawdust and wood chips and the smoke from the what else wood burning stove, I felt safe and respected and valued as a person. I knew there was someone who liked me for who I was, someone who while he always wanted me to do my best, let me know that if I really tried, that was enough, don't be so hard on yourself, he'd say, stop castigating yourself, did you try your best? well, then you are not a failure, and yes he really did use the word castigate, he knew that if I didn't knew what it meant, I'd find out, that was part of trying your best.
Mr Myrus died in 1978, I never thought about his dying, he was too young, I felt cheated, but when I think about it now, I don't feel so cheated, he was my teacher, my confidant, my friend, he taught me to be kind, not only to others, but to myself, he taught me my own value, that to negate my worth was to diminish their value, he taught me about honor, about truth and about doing my best, and that all feelings and beliefs have dignity and deserve respect, and of all the things I know, this I believe, we can't all be the best, but we can each of us be our best, and I know that's true because Mr Myrus told me.
That's Fran Fierson with her essay for This I Believe, she herself became a teacher after being inspired by Mr Myrus and other teachers at her elementary school, she even wrote a book about the school and dedicated it to her former teacher, she currently lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, and recently began weight training, continuing her goal of always doing her best. On our website you can find other essays about teaching by visiting this I believe.org/feature/teaching, I'm Dan G, thanks for listening, we'll see you next week.

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[Homework]2015-11-27&12-03 做最好的自己

And this brings me to what I believe.I believe life is a spiritual struggle.
I believe in being gracious to others.
I believe in the power of science fiction.
I believe in singing badly.
I believe that God lives in the space between people.
I believe in so much more than freedom of speech, and I believe that it is time that we all took a stand.
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Welcome to This I believe. I'm Dan G*. Right now, as you listening to this, can you think of one teacher who stood out above the rest? Someone who not only love to the subject being taught, but love teaching and being in the classroom? For this week's essayist Fran Fierson, that person was Mr. Mayrus, her third-grade teacher. He had an extensive vocabulary and an impreccable wardrobe, and he had high expectations for his students, insisting that every child do his or her personal best. Fierson has found that though many years have passed, she still lives by his words today.
I believe in doing your best, not being the best, but touching the limits of what you're capable of. This belief was instilled in me by my third grade teacher, the most special, honoured, trusted and loved person in my life. Mr. Mayrus was always impeccably dressed, almost courtly, and spoke with the conviction that talking to 8-year-olds didn't mean he had to sacrifice proper enunciation or grammar. And he was demanding, but he wasn't reasonable or cruel. He simply felt that no matter what your best was, you were obligated to achieve it. Anything less was wasting what resources you have been given. As luck would have it, I again encountered him as my 8th-grade math teacher. I was not, nor ever will be, gifted in math. And 13-year-old females, battling as they are with unruly hormones, did not have energy to devote to square roots or binomial any since. I remember my struggle for supremacy in class. I don't know the answer. I would wail, I can't do it. Perhaps you don't know the answer. He would answer quietly. Do you think we might figure it out together. And how do you know what you can until you try?
He lived around the corner and I would often stop by to talk while he worked in his wood-shop. In this cocoon of sawdust and wood chips and smoke from the what else wood burning stove, I felt safe and respected and valued as a person. I knew there was someone who liked me for who I was, someone who, well he always wanted me to do my best. Let me know that if I really tried that was enough. Don't be so hard on yourself, he'd say. Stop castigating yourself. Did you try your best? Well, then you are not a failure. And yes, he really did use the word castigate. He knew that if I didn't know what it meant, I'd find out. That was part of trying your best.
Mr. Mayrus died in 1978. I never thought about his dying. He was too young. I felt cheated. But when I think about him now, I don't feel so cheated. He was my teacher, my comfidant, my friend. He taught me to be kind, not only to others, but to myself. He taught me my own value. That to negate my worth was to deminish that value. He taught me about honour, about truth and about doing my best. And that all feelings and beliefs have degnity and deserve respect. And of all the things I know, this I believe. We can't all be the best, but we can, each of us, be our best. And I know that's true, because Mayrus told me.
That's Fran Fierson with her essay for This I Believe. She herself became a teacher after being inspired by Mr. Mayrus and other teachers at her elementary school. She even wrote a book about the school and dedicated it to her former teacher. She currently lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, and recently began weight training, continuing her goal of always doing her best.

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