The United Experimental School of Ahsju and Livon is the name of the school I have taught at this year.
This school was amazing for so many reasons (the students, the teachers) but the sheer size of this school was incredible. It looks like a shopping centre.
From the cafeteria that can seat at least 800 people to the auditorium that seats over 1,000 people, to the size of the classrooms ~ I have never seen an elementary school this size before.
There are 5 floors, the first being the library, the offices, the cafeteria, auditorium, and the special classrooms. The remaining floors are all classrooms for grade 1 up to grade 9.
It is only two years old so it mostly comes with modern amenities (except modern toilets ~ thank goodness they have handicap toilets for those of us who don’t like squatting).
It really is a sight to see!! I am so proud to have been part of this school!
Which are you? Someone who works to live, or lives to work? Have you ever given this any thought? Maybe you were thinking of re-evaluating your life and started to question this. It causes great debates between people.
Many discussions have taken place between my friends and I about this. Some of these discussions have turned into lively debates. I believe both sides have valid points. I was one of those people who lived to work for a very long time. But then the world opened up to me, and I discovered a whole new way of thinking and a new way of life.
We all know that life is short. And there is so much more to life than work. Of course, in order to live, most of us need to work. But when work takes over and you are no longer enjoying life because of work, is it really worth it? There has to be a healthy balance. I find it hard to believe those people who say that they love to work 15 hours a day.
Take the time to stop and smell the roses. Enjoy life – work to make enough so you can enjoy your life, but don’t forget to live.