Together we can make it
Letter of Appreciation
To: The Precious DAPP Teacher Training College (TTC)
in Amalika Malawi.
This letter aims to transmit my most sincere gratitude for the time and experiences gathered throughout the service period completed between August 2016 to April 2017 at DAPP Amalika TTC.
My gratitude goes to each and every one of you:
the community at large for always being there;
the volunteers that open doors and windows;
the resourceful people who guide and teach our ways;
the financial backers that pushes us up to the next level;
every member of staff that vigorously nourishes our souls each day;
and of course, each and every Student Teacher that represents the future of the school and nation;
completing the significance of our school, also known as an extended family.
To end up with this round of acknowledgement I would like to show my gratitude to our operation manager Mr. Bokosi who fights tirelessly for our freedom and brighter future.
I’m sure that a part of me was left at Amalika and trust in you for that little seed left behind, now probably a small, fragile plant that shall keep on rising in the years to come…
Please I trust in you to keep on watering, caring for and pruning it on time.
Likewise, without a doubt, something is left in me since I left Amalika and I accept that it will remain, probably, for the rest of my life.
It is hard to define what it is…
Could it be the tireless strength for never giving up?
Could it be the “together we can make it” that thunders in my mind?
Could it be the need and demand for a global justice that engulf us all?
Could it be the friendship?
Could it be love?
Or could it be everything that was there or whatever never came at all…
Amalika keep strong and united, keep striving and kind, keep reaching others and keep unlocking the potential of many more teachers and environmental ecologist.
Amalika let’s not forget each other, let’s keep in touch, let’s keep working together until the cows come home. (Indefinitely)
Thanks one more time for having me, let it and me be, and teach me to teach.
From the bottom of my heart,
DI at DRH Lindersvold
August 2015 Team