There are those students who come to you and ask for guidance. And there are others who sit quietly and do not ask.
Don’t assume that those who are need of guidance are the ones that ask. On the contrary, the very fact that a student does not ask tells you that this child is most in need of guidance.
A teacher must go to the student, awaken the student, and say, “Why don’t you bother me, my student? Ask me. Speak to me.”
From a public talk.