Farewell Speech at University
“The roots of education are bitter but the fruit is sweet” said by Aristotle
Worthy vice Chancellor, Respected Chairman, Distinguished guest, honorable
teachers and my fellows.
Asslam o Aliaikum
Let me start by saying that I am very proud to be addressing you today as the
student of Islamia University Bahawalpur for the last time.
I am here to express my feelings on behalf of all senior students of commerce
department on the special occasion of Annual Excellence Award Dinner 2014
arranged by Commerce Department.
At this Stage we all senior students are free to go our own way and it will be
absolutely different for everyone. It is said that there is no success without a loss.
This is a strange world. In order to achieve something we have to lose many things.
Some lose their health, some lose their wealth and some even their lives. We are
also losing a great wealth of our parents on completing this stage of our education.
We are also losing such a lovely, soothing and loving company of our dear
teachers, who are a constant source of spiritual inspiration, satisfaction and
encouragement for us.
Islamia University Bahawalpur remains a big learning experience for me. Here i
realized that my primary goal is to study, gain knowledge and life experience. So I
can make most of the opportunities that are open to me.
In my life I realized that world doesn’t owe anyone a favor. It is you by work hard
can get everything in life.
What I would say is this “The harder you work the luckier you become”
At the end of my speech I want to share some lines with all juniors.
“Don’t wish for the best alone.
Move toward it and grab the excellent,
Never give up on the first attempt
Life is all about being the best,
Aim for it with your strength
and smile of success in the end”.