There are some inspiring teachers in my life. But the one whom I am going to tell you is really a great teacher for me. His name is William Sharikov. He was a short man, was like 5.1, he wore thick glasses and under those thick glasses was the most kindness eyes I ever seen. He had greenish bluish eyes that sparkled when he looked at someone. He was my teacher in Russian literature, at my church. He is specialty in calligraphy and philosophy. He doesn’t have high education title. In fact, he was a truck driver in Russia before he was appointed to be a guest lecturer in University Moscow. When we saw him for the first time, he didn’t look like a lecturer. He was bringing a black plastic bag and wore simple outfit. What made us impressed at that time that he was talking as if we watched Kungfu movie! He didn’t have many rules in his class but he knew how to attract us to study more and more. Every time he let us to feel and try the words, so we had no doubt in pronouncing them. He was able to let us understand phrases matching to situations and Russian cultures. His kind heart and persistence made us respect him more. As a result we always tried our best in his class because we don’t want to disappoint him. I have been admired his attitude towards his students and I try to model him, yet I’m still learning.