I grew up in the countryside… The parents believed in Buddhism but engaging in any religious practices was prohibited at that time, hence they could only secretly worship a graven image of Buddha at home, and I grew up watching that. I had a happy childhood. Although my parents were herders, they raised us with a lot of love and taught us to be honest people. I feel nostalgic for this all
I studied at a university for five years to become a Russian teacher, then transferred to Russia to improve the qualifications. Upon my return, I taught in schools in Mongolia. In the early years of my teaching career, I was not able to figure out how to deliver my classes, but eventually I learned and mastered the required skills. I even wrote a handbook for new instructors and apprenticed young teachers. I used to tell my students to be good parents first in order to live a good life. The constitution limits teaching students about religion. Therefore, I would share about my faith and gospels to parents of my students during parents’ night. I told them that I go to church and the students who became church members often brought their blessings to their parents. Many of my students heard about the church from their parents first and then eventually converted in the church, some with their parents even… Self-reliance program of the church is one of my most favorite resources. I learned many useful skills thanks to the program, such as how to do things in cost-effective ways.