My greetings to everyone!
Well, my first post here would possess character that is more informal. I would like to say “thank you” to mr.Montgomery, for this opportunity to share ideas and thoughts with our “cohort stakeholders” (I mean all of you). This post will serve just like a reminder to be thankful for every chance that we have in our bright life.
To begin with, I would like to say that we are privileged people. We were born in Kazakhstan; in the rich country (geographically well situated, economically well opportunistic etc.). We had to chance study at schools and graduate from universities.
As well as just to be thankful that we can eat, love and pray (as one of titled book of Elizabeth Gilbert). Happy people can walk, dance, carelessly study and work, afford themselves to relax sometimes and develop, develop, develop.
Speaking of the current time, we all enjoy studying in the best university in Kazakhstan. We also enjoy chatting and socializing with each other; challenging ourselves to be better and learning something new every day. We get stipends as one monthly salary, just to not worry about our pocket money. I dare to say that even free wi-fi is a privilege. When you are thankful for every single thing you have, you appreciate it more. Finally, as I said before, this post is like a reminder: Never forget to be thankful and remember that millions of people would like to be instead of you!
P.S. All of you are so awesome individuals, that personally I express my thankfulness to meet all of you! And being honest, I do not like to consider ourselves as a future educational leaders=) I prefer to say current leaders! Ability to manage rationally all that you got and appreciate it – is a leadership. Sorry for a long post-scriptum=)