Teachers are the greatest gift in life a human can get.
They teach us everything from alphabets to geometry to how to become a good person, maybe not by teaching it always but by becoming an ideal for them.
This is how Jim Freeman has become an inspiration for his students and for several other students by helping one person in need.
Louisville’s Tully Elementary school’s teacher carried a disabled 10 years old girl on his back for miles just so that she does not miss out on the tracking trip the entire class was going on.
Ryan Neighbors is a 4th-grade student who suffers from spina bifida and is bound to her wheelchair because of the same.
The little girl has missed several trips in the past just because she cannot get out of her wheelchair.
Last week, the girl was working on making an alternate plan for her to spend the time while her entire class is gone on the tracking trip but Freeman had a different idea in his mind.
The pictures uploaded on Facebook shows how Freeman carried Ryan on his back in a specially designed bag pack as she and her friends explored the state park.
The snaps were posted by Ryan’s mother on Facebook as the woman was so grateful to the school.
She wrote that she had known her daughter will not be able to go so she was planning another field trip for her when a teacher asked her if she would mind him taking her daughter to the trip along with the entire class.
She gladly said yes and said that she and her daughter were immensely blessed to be a part of the school.
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