Professor Hauerwas's outlook on the sense of completeness in the life of an academic is something that struck me. I'm not an educator yet, but I through the course of my studies and observations of other educators I believe Prof. Hauerwas is right. I'm usually looking for ways to improve my work and conveying my ideas; I'm never completely happy with my work. I also see educators revising their work, or coming up with new ideas because they're not happy with what they currently have; they don't think it's good enough. I think the role of an educator comes with a great responsibility because our students rely heavily on our knowledge and guidance, so Prof. Hauerwas is correct in saying we should be serious in what we're doing.
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