A very good evening to one and all present here.
Today, I am standing before you, with a myraid of emotions; quite similar to those I faced the first day I entered this building. It was not just a building; it was a place that slowly but surely over the next thirteen years I could call a home.These thirteen years seem like such a long journey and you wake up one day and realize that suddenly, it’s all over… and all you can do is dramatize because as much as they tell you to look ahead, you just can’t stop looking back.
It’s an ugly feeling, hideous rather, to think that everything we’ve been doing for so long has taken a break on and we have no choice but to move on. I tried taking as some sort of initiation that’s necessary for all our hopes and aspirations and dreams to be fulfilled, but the more I think about it, the more I feel that I’ve lost something today, something my world would have been a much better place to live in with. But as I’m trying to say my goodbyes, there are some things I’d like to say.
I’d like to thank all our teachers for being there for us, and for every single thing you’ve done for us for the past years, for the pleasures we’ve had when we were with you, for the confidence you’ve shown in us, for standing by our sides even when we were wrong and most importantly, for teaching us some of the most important lessons on what should not be done in life.
I’d like to thak our beloved principal ma’am for all the opportunitites she has bestowed us with because I truely believe that what she is doing for us today is the most important thing and Samuel Sir for the unconditional love and support he has given us.
Also I thank every single person out there, knowingly or unknowingly; you’ve played a major role in my life. Of course, I congratulate as well as wish all the very best to Sachi, for there is a very exciting phase of life just begun for her – full of adventures, challenges and learning. And I wish all of you out there all the very best for your lives!