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By Manizha Yaqubi

The experience that I had during my course with my tutor from India, Tinku ji, was one of the best experiences of my life.

First, I never felt like I didn’t know her. Even during my first meeting with Tinku ji, it felt like I might have known her before. She is such a kind lady!

In the introductory session, we experienced problems with the audio. We could only see each other, but we exchanged messages and got to know a lot about each other through the session.

The second thing I learned was patience. We had a great team dynamic, understood each other and our problems, and managed to keep the work going forward even when one of us couldn’t make it. I learned all my lessons better because of our interactions. This was also my first online course and it encouraged me to sign up for other online courses.

These are things related only to her teaching. Besides this, she is, as a person, a great lady with a kind heart, and is always ready to help with anything. She is not only a teacher, but also a great friend.  Each time we messaged each other or when Tinku ji wrote to me about something, I always learned something new.  People can teach directly, but only a real teacher can make us learn through everything!

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