ORHAN ARI -a School Teacher's Mark on Educational History, Teaching, Social Culture

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He was a true and courageous leader of both pupils and peoples ~his extraordinary motivating skills had made him a choice ofrepparttar British forrepparttar 109393 pioneering educational and socio-cultural development of many ofrepparttar 109394 country’s peoples, and popular in bothrepparttar 109395 Turkish and Greek communities –having taught at also British schools pupils varying from Armenian to English etc., also after political independence, while later inrepparttar 109396 course of his community’s adapting torepparttar 109397 Turkish system of education (as may be suggested by some of his symbolic poems) he appears to have been officially perhaps less appreciated, upon his peacefully passing away –as a cleric of a couple of years in his retirement to make ends meet,repparttar 109398 press having praised also his patriotism,repparttar 109399 Leader ofrepparttar 109400 Parliament ofrepparttar 109401 Turkish Republic of North Cyprus described him as having made bothrepparttar 109402 state andrepparttar 109403 nation proud as “A successful modern educator.. who will be, with love and respect, remembered always...”

Acknowledging his wife Suzan Ari (whose own death brought condolences from as far away as Canada -from university teaching staff) as his great helper, with a sense of duty as in his verses, he always pursued idealism:-

“Since to mourn and to remember us there is someone That’s what counts –we can assume our duty to’ve done”

After his death a street was named after O S Ari in Marmara district Nicosia Cyprus

The author's authority is based on the various writings in Turkish, Greek, English, of book authors and newspaper reporters and columnists and poets on the late theacher and thinker Orhan Seyfi Ari

SUZAN ARI -In a Visionary Educator's Nationally Motivating Her Appreciable Role

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There, peoples of e.g.repparttar city of Paphos andrepparttar 109392 town of Loudrijina, still tell of Suzan Ari’s, inrepparttar 109393 budgetless days afterrepparttar 109394 Second World War inrepparttar 109395 1940s & 1950s with young children sleepless nights to gratis make costumes for their secondary-school’s first taste to them of their cultural heritage, inrepparttar 109396 latter with only oil-lamp light to gratis sew up national flags forrepparttar 109397 first celebrations of their national days which her husband was instilling awareness of inrepparttar 109398 people ~they still tell of her opening her home, as her husband was helping have roads and electricity and water and getting schools built for those whose illiteracy was torepparttar 109399 extent of many’s not even seeing how their sons and especially daughters could possibly benefit from education, to dentists to set up equipment in to treat people, to host artistes to put on cultural shows for them, to learn to gratis teach new skills to her husband’s students. Mrs Ari, as regarded by her husbandrepparttar 109400 ‘Teacher of Teachers’, was indeed ‘The Great Helper’...

Suzan Ari had been to prayers onrepparttar 109401 night of Wednesday 20 Nov. ‘02, had met and chatted and prayed with her dear neighbours and friends ~the following morning she was found to have peacefully passed away.

The following verses by her late husband Orhan Ari also apply to her...

The pure in heart truly die never Joyous be, in hearts they live forever

Tulips representing donations in her honour torepparttar 109402 educational trust surrounded Mrs. Ari’s coffin

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