۱۵ آذر ۱۴۰۱ |۱۲ جمادی‌الاول ۱۴۴۴ | Dec 6, 2022
Ahmad Marvi

The custodian of Imam Reza holy shrine has called teachers pillars of an Islamic civilization envisioned by the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, stating that the holy shrine intends to use teachers’ capacities to realize cultural goals.

Hawzah News Agency – In a meeting held in Velayat Hall of the holy shrine with a group of teachers on the occasion of the Teachers’ Day in Iran, Hoj. Ahmad Marvi cherished teachers, saying: “Imam Khomeini’s comparison of teachers’ job with that of God’s messengers is the loftiest and most appropriate interpretation of their high standing in society”.
Stressing that teachers and messengers are alike in training humans, Hoj. Marvi noted: “The wisdom passed down from teachers to students is the prerequisite for cultivating people and communities; they are founders of an Islamic civilization envisaged by the Leader of the Islamic Revolution”.
The custodian of the holy shrine underscored duty of teachers as training future human capital of the nation, noting that “not only are they responsible for passing down knowledge and wisdom, but they also play a fundamental role in cultural cultivation and ethical elevation of the future generations”.
Hoj. Marvi further expressed regrets that teachers’ current social standing does not do justice to their central role in forging the personality of individuals in society, invoking the Holy Prophet (pbuh) and his Infallible Household’s life and conduct as witness to the revered position of teachers.
Appreciating the hard work and sacrifice that teachers make to train future generations, the top official said: “There needs to be an active cooperation between the holy shrine and the teachers’ community if we are to use their capacity to realize cultural goals”.
He further called on teachers to use the spiritual atmosphere of the holy shrine to cultivate the youth, and in return, provide the organization with their expertise to carry out cultural programs.
The idea of celebrating Teachers’ Day in Iran every year on May 02 took root from the martyrdom anniversary of Morteza Motahhari, an Iranian cleric, philosopher, lecturer, and politician who was assassinated on the same day in 1979.

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