There’s a saying that is (apparently) falsely attributed to Buddha, which says that:
I was reminded of that during the latest #MoocMooc chat when Mark said that:
— Mark Johnstone (@mcjsa) February 11, 2016
And Yishay replied to my tweet asking for clarification by saying that:
— Yishay Mor (@yishaym) February 11, 2016
Quick as a flash, I replied with my version of this saying:
— Sarah Honeychurch (@NomadWarMachine) February 11, 2016
So what’s better? A teacher who waits in the wings till students need them, or one who “softly and silently vanishes away” when they are no longer needed? Or, rather, which is better when?