Why I teach MUN

I find teaching satisfies a lot of things. It makes you smarter. It is fun. It is a productive hobby. Even better, I have the opportunity to meet amazing, brilliant, diligent, talented individuals, who share a common goal, a common thirst—thirst of knowledge, of enrichment, of personal development (it’s DEE-vé-lèp-mèn, not dé-vè-lop-mèn). It is a hard work, and nobody said it will be a walk in the park. Truly, I tell you, though. Despite the struggle, despite the tiredness, despite the confusion, ultimately, winning goes beyond just the award—it is when you realize that you can actually do it, and do it greatly. That is winning. [By the way, hard work is not done yet, let us together push for the final stretch!]

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