deeds by big Names can be a cause of big changes. What does it mean
"Big deeds”? It is a situation which is observed in media, touches a lot
of people.The notion "Big names” is a person or people who do
something and become famous. "Big changes” is the result of some kind
of activity. Changes can be in politics, nature and other spheres of
You can talk about public things, but sometimes your own activities and things which happen to you are more important. Some changes in your heart and mind could be the reasons of big changes in the world.
The big role in my life and not only in mine played one person,
he changed it, he tried to teach us only good things, he was always in a
good mood and found time to speak to all of us. He was our PE teacher
at the school. His name was Mendelson Vladimir Grigorievich (VG). He was
a brilliant person with a big heart.
was not tall and not slim. He often said that a really good man was
supposed to have much more honorable qualities than other people. He
must have died many years ago when he was younger but he found will and
power to live for about thirty years after. VG had a magical ability to
unite people around. The best presents for him were our smiles and pies
=). When you were in trouble or you just thought that you were in a
terrible situation, VG gave a hand, sometimes if necessary VG really
tried to help. He gave advice, did something, he could call somebody to
solve your problem or even he could give you some money.
He set up a basketball team and a summer camp for pupils. School sport
teams often won prizes. Some sponsors came to him and helped our school,
men were not wasting time, they were doing sport. Some boys and girls
met at first time together in teacher's cabinet and became happy
families. VG was a big generator of good life. It is a great pity to
lose these kind of people.
lived alone maybe because his pupils were his own big family. "Big
names” often conquer countries or the whole world, VG "conquered” our
VG was buried on central avenue of the city cemetery. School was given his name.