Being a science teacher has its perk. Due to family commitment, i rarely have the opportunity to attend islamic classes or lectures anymore, no matter how much i yearn to. But, when i'm teaching in class, i rediscover points that used to touched me in the past. I am being reminded of the little things that Allah has bestowed on all of us that brings huge meaning.
For instance, in the last lesson about the human eye, how magical and magnificent Allah's creation is. Our eye lens, one thing that we take for granted. How the lens can focus and unfocus at objects instantly, sometimes without even think about it. And how we have this eyes since we were born but they are still flexible and working effortlessly.
I love the fact that i am teaching the facts about this world and how it is so close fo our fitrah. I can easily relate any topics to makrifatullah.. But the challenge is to be able to balance out everything.. Lesson planning with the current syllabus, need to incorporate everything, from STEM, HOTS, HEBAT, pdpc PAK21.. And many more!
Anyhow, I am determined to do my best, but the start of every year proved to be very challenging, especially now i have small children (3 kids under 5!). I am still struggling with time management and my incompetency in handling everything T_T
Kalau ada org yang boleh buat, so can I!
But like last year, i had this kind of motivation at early start of the year, too. But i failed in keeping up the momentum. Too bad. Reading last years blog entries is the proof. Haha. But, i am not giving up in myself..
I pray to Allah so that He will teach me how to be more organised and effective.. As a spouse, a mother, a daughter and a teacher. And... Of course the best servant of His.