Two roads diverged in a wood, and I….
I took the one less traveled by,
And that made all the difference………
Physics is a subject I am truly passionate about and truly love. I cannot say, “I knew I wanted to become a physics teacher ever since I was a kid.” In fact it took me twenty-five years to realize this is what I wanted to do.
during my M.Sc. days I was inspired by the huge collection of books on physics in university library . I felt a driving need to understand this counter-intuitive subject. This led me back to fundamental concepts, and while studying these concepts I continually found myself asking new questions, searching for understanding. I was fueled by the thrill and exhilaration of truly understanding a concept. These feelings were not limited to the act of answering a question, they were also present when I asked a piercing question. This created an addicting cyclical process; the more I began to understand the more questions I had. Eventually it became apparent that my exploration of physics had become more than a hobby and that it was the one subject that I held an uncommon passion for. I reached the conclusion that the best way to fuel my passion was to continue as a physics teacher.
I am interested in constantly solving unique problems, forging new ground. this is fueled by my teachers (some of them are ,now, my colleagues)
I want to travel to the places where the map reads, “here there is no human influence on nature,” and use curiosity as my compass.
Additionally I look forward to the chance of not only passing on my knowledge of the subject but also my passion.