We warriors, we all need senseis
Everyone is a warrior, and we all need Senseis to teach us how to metaphorically, “fight,” and guide us.
The two Japanese characters that make up “sensei” can be directly translated as “born before” and implies one who teaches based on wisdom from age and experience.In general usage, it means “master” or “teacher”, and the word is used as a title to refer to or address teachers, professors, professionals such as lawyers, CPA and doctors, politicians, clergymen, and other figures of authority. The word is also used to show respect to someone who has achieved a certain level of mastery in an art form or some other skill: accomplished puppeteers, novelists, musicians, and artists for example are addressed in this way.
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