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Having lost his father at the age of 15, the well-known journalist remembers the painful experience

Having lost his father at the age of 15, the well-known journalist remembers the

A teacher's influence extends not only throughout the school years, but also beyond them. Journalist Osman Stafa was invited to the program "There's a Message for You".

He told how from a good student during primary school, he went to those who are considered "weak" in the fifth grade and only a year later he would undergo a drastic change. The new school teacher, Genc Gjevori, would give him the impetus to shape himself as a student, which would later be reflected in the man and journalist he was. Osmani describes the change by recalling a painful episode of his life.

Osman Stafa: My biggest blow with what is called the emotional part or with life, was the loss of my father when I was in the eighth grade...

Journalist: You lost it too soon.

Osman Stafa: I was 15 years old and I had to think about taking care of my younger brother or sister, as well as myself, and I always had the responsibility of excelling at school, in profession because I had to take care of them. I always think that if I hadn't been this good student, maybe I wouldn't have done the job of taking care of my family so well, I don't know what would have happened because I can't predict it, that's more "if", but as I read the past and what I have been through, yes, I can say with certainty that what this individual who came to our school at the beginning of the sixth grade has done, has totally changed the way I to conceive, to react.

The journalist recounted how the History-Geography teacher in the sixth grade showed him that he had more potential than the grades on the register. The journalist recalled the help of teacher Genc Gjevor, his instructions and the influence he had on the subsequent choice of the journalism profession. Osmani concludes the message with a few notes of humor that receive a slightly 'reprimanding' look from Professor Genci.

Osman Stafa:  Professor Genci, the moment I decided to make this message, to thank you publicly and express my maximum gratitude, I came across a quote where "the value of the teacher and the weight of the sky can never be measured". I don't know the weight of the second one, but I felt the value of the first one. I wanted to thank you because at the time I considered myself a weak student, thankfully God brought you to our school because you were my starting point to be the person I am today. It's true that you retired last year, I didn't want to bother you on this part because I know it's not a very good feeling to dedicate your whole life to education, but I just want you to know something, that how teacher, you did not only do this profession as a job, but you did it as a mission, but with your influence I continue today to do a profession that you teased me about when you told me in the sixth grade that I would become a journalist, make it my mission today so that I thank you and teachers like you never get tired and I strongly believe that my classmates who have been together have this opinion and are with me today as I make this public message of thanks, but I had it more personally because throughout my journey I have turned my head back to say where I started and I always start everything with Professor Genci, who as a History teacher encouraged us as with History lessons, the way we should We looked at things to be good citizens, and you performed this task that the teacher has the best, I thank you, I am grateful. I'm sorry, just something, I'm sorry that I didn't let you talk much in the lessons at that time because I remember them very well and the other thing, I did something to you. Since you had sent me to the good students, I was ashamed once, I had come unprepared and I raised my hand in vain because I could not sit without raising my hand and you told me "sit down because I know you have learned" so...