Farewell Speech

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Farewell Speech

By | May 2011
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Honorable Senior Headmaster;
The Headmaster;
Respected Teachers; and
Dear students.
ASSALAM O ALAIKUM
I have given the responsibility to
stand for my fellows of 10th class
on this vital occasion.
First of all, I would like to thank
all my juniors for arranging such
a grand function for the seniors.
I admire the kinship of love,
sincerity of thoughts and purity
of passions from the depth of my
heart expressed in my brother’s
speech.
Sweet memories of by gone days
have put an ever lasting
impression on my soul and self.
This school is not a building of
bricks and blocks but a light
house for departing students. It
gave us whatever we needed. It
prepared us with the knowledge
covering the space between the
mind and the world. It changed
our raw minds in ripen fruits. It
taught us how to speak, how to
behave and how to act in the
society. Concepts of evil and
virtue were clearly told by our
kind teacher Mr. Muhammad
Ashraf.
Dear Brothers, we have spent a
period of time with you that is
embodied with the excitement
and passions. It is quite
possible we may have committed
some wrong with you .On behalf
of my fellows, I offer my heartiest
regrets for that. I request you
not only to accept my apology
but also see us off with the
hearts full of gentle obsessions.
In fact, this very passion is a
priceless gift for us in the life to
come.
We are really obliged a great deal
to our worthy teachers as well.
Our diligent teachers gave us the
knowledge with such an
affection, honesty and love that is
truly unique. We cannot pay back
for whatever they have granted
us. The sticks of Ashiq sahib and
carrots of Usman Ghani sahib will
always be in our memory. I
express my deep sorrows for
little mistakes that may have
upset our teachers.
Dear Brothers, today I am
confronted with mixed feelings
of reception and farewell. No
style of conversation, no way of
expression of the wonderful things they showed us. I pray God...