What would seem like an impossible feat for some and also a beautiful gem like V. Yogei Malar?
Meet the teacher who has endured a lot of hardship to earn the master’s in Education that she longed for. Nothing stopped this young lady in her bid to pursue her postgraduate studies. Despite being wheel-chair bound, Malar who’s currently working as a teacher at SK Sri Keledang, Hulu Bernam, Selangor, received her scroll along with other graduates at Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) 23rd convocation ceremony.
Hailing from Slim River, the master holder has been wheel-chair bound for the past six years following a terrible car accident that happened in 2016. With an insatiable desire to learn and an unconventional approach to teaching, she has set out to tackle the world of education.
We all know the age-old phrase, where behind every successful child, there is a PARENT!
With that being said, Malar who received the scroll in the presence of her parents has stated that to date her parents have been dropping and picking her up from school. For this superwoman, her greatest pillar, comforter, advisor, mentor, and role model are none other than her PARENTS.
“Over the years, I faced numerous challenges, and this dream seemed to escape faster as graduation day approached. A nasty fall had put me off and the stress had piled on,” reported Berita Harian.
It was not always a smooth-sailing journey for the 32-year-old teacher but she has proven that her disabilities is not an obstacle for her to put off her masters.
If her beautiful journey doesn’t prove that all dreams can become a reality if you set your mind to achieving it, then I don’t know what does. I hope Malar’s journey will inspire you to go out there and never give up in your life no matter what happens.
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