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Influential Softball Coach Essay
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Influential Softball Coach
I met a life changing individual in middle school. We referred to him as “Mr. D”. He was my seventh and eighth grade English teacher. I sat in his class and dozed off during his grammar lectures. He often sparked my attention with jokes, sports scores, stories from literature books. However, the majority of Mr. D’s classes were not overly exciting or stellar in anyway.
In the spring of my seventh eighth grade year I decided to branch out and try a new sport. I signed up for our school’s softball team. A new coach was going to be taking on the difficult task of teaching the love of the game to a group of girls. The coach was going to be my English teacher. Mr. D taught the team to play softball well. He…show more content…
It was a very unfamiliar place for me. I did not handle the situation well. I was extremely upset with him. The next day I wrote him a letter apologizing for my actions and lack of heart. He wrote me back explaining that sometimes things happen in sports as well as life that we do not necessarily agree with or like but they may be for the good of the majority of the people. I slowly realized Mr. D and I had many things in common. We both loved people, new experiences, family, church, and most importantly the cultured game of soccer.
One day at my school’s mass Mr. D volunteered to tell a story that related the gospel and homily. For the first time in a formal setting he had caught my attention right away. He faced the congregation and told his inspiring story. A baby and his mother boarded a flight one day. Bad luck came their way and the plane crashed. The pilot was the only survivor. As the pilot was exiting the plane eagerly trying to save himself, he heard a cry from the passenger area of the plane. He managed to find his way to a little baby boy crying in the hands of his mother. The baby had survived by the help of that kind pilot. That miracle baby was my middle school teacher and softball coach. Mr. D’s lost his mother that day, but due to the kindness of another individual his life was saved. This experienced has influenced and driven this elderly person to teach the youth. Mr. D teaches English to children as well as teaches children sports, his true