Connect with us

Stories

Teacher Punishes Student for Being Late Every Day, Discovers a Heartbreaking Secret

Every day, he punishes his student for being tardy. That stopped the day he saw him in the street and decided to follow him.

Ann Moises

Posted

(

)

A A A

Our teachers serve as our second parents while we’re in school. Aside from reading, writing, and solving complex math equations, they help mold our characters. They instill obedience, respect, honesty, and punctuality—values that help us succeed and become better individuals. For that reason, they chastise us when we do something wrong.

The professor in the video below always punishes his student for coming in late for class. Day after day, he hits the boy’s hand with a ruler, but he never seems to learn his lesson. He’s still consistently late.

Maybe all the teacher wanted was to break the child’s bad habit; he probably thought the student was just lazy. However, he never bothered to ask the boy the reason for his habitual tardiness.

Until one early morning, while he was out jogging, he saw his student in the street. He then decided to follow him.

Watch this and tell us what you think.

Like Logo on Facebook


What he witnessed enlightened him and tore his heart into pieces.

That day, when the boy came to class, he extended his hand expecting his professor to grab a ruler and strike him like he usually does. But instead, the teacher approached him and hugged him tightly.

Thousands of people agree that this is truly a heartbreaking story. In fact, it has been viewed 810K times and has garnered 22K likes on Facebook alone.

View Comments

Stories

This Young Girl Learns an Important Life Lesson from a Snake

Regardless of how beautiful or harmless it may appear, a snake will always be a snake.

Ann Moises

Published

on

We all have a moral compass that influences our decisions and directs our actions. Hopefully, though, ours can accurately distinguish north from south, so we won’t go astray. For most of us, that inner sense compels us to do what’s noble and what’s right. It impels us to be generous, kind, and compassionate, especially to those who are in need. Sometimes, we lend our hands to the point that we disregard our safety and security.

Yet, showing goodness and kindness to others does not guarantee that they will reciprocate the gesture. We don’t know what goes on inside a person's head or how anyone would react. We can’t expect people to jump for joy or to express their undying gratitude when we come to their rescue. Others might even hurt us. It' sad, but true.

Their attitudes and behaviors are beyond our control.

Continue Reading

Stories

20 Hilarious Tweets That Perfectly Sums Up Adulting And It’s All Incredibly True

Adulting is real and it’s incredibly hard!

Avatar

Published

on

Adulting, this must be the hardest part of a person’s life where they have to act up their age and be responsible for the things they do. Find a job, go to work, pay your bills, buy the things you need, yeah just the things you need because you have to save.

Adulting also means you have to take of your own self. And by that, I mean, doing your own laundry, preparing your own food, washing your own dishes and list goes on. In short, you have to do everything on your own.

Now, I can feel your exasperated sigh. Luckily, you are not the only one who is complaining about adulting. In fact, there are a lot of us, I included. And so, check out these hilarious tweets that will make adulting look funny than it seems.

Continue Reading

Stories

When Their Basement Collapsed, Woman Discovers The Craziest Secret Of Her Childhood Home

This Pennsylvania home has something hidden in its basement and it is BETTER than a treasure trove.

Avatar

Published

on

Have you ever dreamed of living in a house sitting just above a treasure trove? Many little girls and boys have. Some of them even scour their basements for treats and trinkets that may be of significance. Those who live in old houses or buildings are particularly lucky especially if their ancestors took good care of their home while living in a historically rich era.

But unlike them, Alexandra Poulos of Lansdowne, Pennsylvania believed during her entire life that their house is totally ordinary and that there is entirely nothing special in their basement. That is where she is wrong.

Is this Pennsylvania home sitting atop the Underground Railroad?

Is this Pennsylvania home sitting atop the Underground Railroad?

Continue Reading

Popular