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Words of Gratitude – By Jorge Pryjmak

And the sweet words I had inside.   Words of gratitude   The words I have here inside, to whom will I say them, how shall I say them? I`ll start with my kids. I saw young children grow; I saw them become adolescent boys and girls; I lived every moment of this maturity with […]


In 28 of January of 2019

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And the sweet words I had inside.  

Words of gratitude  

The words I have here inside, to whom will I say them, how shall I say them? I`ll start with my kids. I saw young children grow; I saw them become adolescent boys and girls; I lived every moment of this maturity with them. So like them, I grew, I learned, I lived.  

I thank all of you, my kids, for what I lived.

Teaching is life; it is having soul, meaning, an open heart for the new. This, I also lived with all of you teachers. With you, I learned, corrected myself, grew.  I thank each one of you, each one of you, for the affection that you have always given me.

Support in our profession is vital. Support came from the direction. It came from the inspectors, the young men and women from the administration, the IT department, from maintenance, from orientation, from conservation, from reception, from the restaurant.  

I have not forgotten, no, I will never forget, mothers, fathers, grandparents, aunts, uncles of our children, how much affection, how much support, at parties, on trips…

I thank each one of you.

Also, in December, how many honors I received, how many gifts I received, in the classrooms, the corridors, at the graduation, the restaurant, the woods, during the feijoada for the Jorges, the tears came, the heart beat stronger, I will never forget this.  

It is the end of the life cycle. I will start new projects, other places, but you can be sure that I will never forget! How many projects, how many trips, how many memories, how many parties were part of my life in this GREAT FAMILY called: SWISS BRAZILIAN SCHOOL OF CURITIBA  

To all of you, my love, my embrace, my kiss to each of your hearts!!!  

A NEW YEAR FULL OF PEACE AND HEALTH TO ALL!  

 

Jorge Pryjmak 

Professor de História entre 2003 e 2018