From A Basement on the Hill and School Life
From A Basement on the Hill and School Life
Farewell speech 1:-
In this farewell speech I am not saying goodbye to the five years I have spent here, for in every facet of school life we have left a mark and each experience can return upon reflection
These experiences compose the pages of our book of life. Tonight we, the authors of this book, are writing again. This graduation experience will become a part of it. If you re-read it some day, it will tell you of success. A success of symbolizing years of patience and encouragement on the part of our parents who have raised us, given us guidance in our quest for happiness and success; teachers who have helped us over this step in school life; our friends who are an essential part of your life.
To the students in the auditorium now, I say this. Live your life to the fullest and get every ounce of worth out of it. High school life will now open new doors for you. You will meet new friends and learn to get along with people, to give and to take. You will belong to athletic teams and will learn sportsmanship, learn acceptance of victory and defeat. Scholastically, more demands will be made of you. You will learn to take responsibility.
Make your years at high school full in every respect. You will never live these years again and there is so much to do. Prepare yourself now for the job to come or university life. Because there is more to learn, more people to meet, more demands. So very much is up to you.
Don’t be discouraged by failure or disappointment. Failure is a challenge which we must all pick up and fight openly. In overcoming it, we add excitement and suspense to our story.
By learning everything I can from this world and its people, by doing everything I can for this world and its people, in years to come I may find the answers, the strength, whatever I see, when I reread what I have written–what you have helped me to write.
Tonight I believe that I have stated my preface, the reason for writing my book. If I have fulfilled my purpose, then I have said something that will merit some attention in the book you are writing
The words of a song:
The web of time entangles and enslaves
Enjoy the world. Enjoy it while you may.
Each moment that your heart is beating
Time is passing, Time is fleeting
Live your life. Live it every day.
Farewell speech 2:-
Farewell ’98 – Beware, It’s a Wide World
Respected Principal Sir, Vice-Principal Sir, Teachers, and all my dear friends, including those who are graciously bunking. I looked around for farewell speeches but I couldn’t find any worthwhile so I wrote this myself which is why this won’t take long. We are gathered here, as most of us probably know, not only for the kachoris, but to bid a fond farewell to the students of Class XII who are leaving the esteemed establishment of the Kendriya VidyalayaSangathan, and venturing out into the real world. We don’t know what truths they will find out there, what experiences they will have and we can only shower them with our best wishes and words of encouragement. I’m not too good with words so I thought I’d make my message clearer with a few lines from a Maxi Priest song. I think it goes somewhat like this – “… But if you want to leave,
Take good care.
Hope you find a lot of nice friends out there.
Just remember there’s a lot of bad. Beware.
It’s a wide world.”
But most of us won’t have a problem there because we’ve spent a lot of our years in KV, where along with the regular ‘by the book’ education we are imparted with values. All through your school life you have probably been wondering what exactly the teacher’s were prattling on about but now that it’s time for you to leave your sheltered life and go out into the real world, now, you will realise the value of those words that our teachers painstakingly drone into us. And these moments of emotion will be the last that you’ll be spending in the shelter of our school. Within a month you’d have left the shelter of your cocooned school lives and all you ugly caterpillars will flutter off in various directions as beautiful butterflies into a world where you know not what awaits you.
But through your lives you’ll always remember your days here, fondly I hope. And within those memories of friends, teachers and the muddle of pleasant and unpleasant experiences may you remember the lessons that this school and it’s dedicated staff of teachers have taught. And may those lessons guide you on your paths to realise the dreams you’ve set out to make true. Because no matter what you do, no matter where you go, all through your lives you’ll only be richer with the experiences and knowledge that you’ve gathered in your schooling lives. I’d just like to sign off with a line from a Bob Dylan number that really contain the essence of what I’ve been trying to say here. ‘Goodbye is too good a word, so I’ll just say fare-thee-well.’
University/College: University of Arkansas System
Type of paper: Thesis/Dissertation Chapter
Date: 5 January 2017
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