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For the past few years Daniel Quaye has been my private math tutor a good friend and my ideal teacher Despite the troubles he has borne in his past he is always upbeat and inspiring to others For these reasons I admire him a lot and he has become my role model He has encouraged me to have a bright outlook on life and to find solutions to problems that seem impossible to solve He is a dignified simple and honest person who has taught me many useful life lessons that have motivated me to moral fortitude and academic successIn grade eight I recall I was extremely nervous in school and impossible at home I do remember getting my Math examinations from school and then going home throwing tantrums This frustrated my parents because it was extremely difficult for me to calm down anytime I did not get my own way This was how I was until I moved to the tenth grade Daniel Quaye became my private Math tutor because my parents felt that they needed to find me an alternative way of studying Math He understood my problems especially the ones I was having in class and became my confidante His unaffected nature endeared him to me for he was more a friend than a teacher Anytime I went to him with an issue he did not preach to me but rather discussed the matter dispassionately It was after patient talks and careful analysis with Daniel that I came to the root of my problem I was bad-tempered He said that losing my temper did not help when I felt misunderstood for it only made matters worse Because he made me understand what the issue was I was able to work on myself With his advice I now reason out problems patiently rather than fly into a rage I realise I am a happier person as a resultDaniel taught me never to blame
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