It’s like being a leader in a mine. One who has crossed some obstacles and holds the light in his hand, illuminating the way for others in dark corridors of hidden talents. Then when it happens that some of my students discover the light in themselves and glow (shine), it’s as if I have discovered Alibaba’s treasure cave, full of enchanting jewels, flying carpets, magic lanterns. My happiness has no end, I fizzle inside, and on the outside I pull back, giving the advantage to the newly discovered Supernova… Being a teacher is a call of devotion and dedication. Although I have completed pedagogical studies, I have never really set my mind fully only on this vocation, for this kind of art. I balance somewhere between being a teacher and a pupil, holding workshops of art, puppetry, drama, narration, juggling, team-buildings, various projects… That is my contribution to this art. And the smiles of these beautiful, awakened faces are my greatest reward, like heavenly ducats hung on the tall blue sky of artistic creation.