As a student in a boarding school, I knew there was a difference between being an effective educator and a humane educator.
I learned the importance of being able to teach a lesson, which is what my humane education program was all about.
During my time in the boarding school I was exposed to a variety of human beings from a wide variety of cultures.
I was taught to be respectful of the rights of others, and to learn how to be compassionate.
My first semester at the boarding schools primary school in Baku, Azerbaijan, I learned a lot about human beings and how to interact with them.
I had the opportunity to learn about human kindness and to interact and learn with the students from a different culture.
My experiences were so positive, I started to be inspired by these students.
When I left the boarding education program in 2007, I began to be more concerned with the plight of my students, and what I could do to make them more humane.
I also started to notice a trend in my students: They began to treat the students as if they were animals.
The way they treated them made me feel like a human being.
When I asked my students to make the best out of their lives, I was able to give them a good education, and in return, they treated me with respect.
Now, at the age of 43, I’m an independent humanitarian and educator, and have become a teacher of the humane education.
My students are the first ones to experience this, and I hope that the lessons I teach them will change their hearts and minds.