In the Philippines, the usual date for graduation is March; others may have it early April of every year. This is the day when dreams are brought into reality. Why? In third countries like ours, education is the key to alleviate the poor conditions of living. If you finished a four-degree course you have great chances of obtaining a stable job. And if you work hard there’s a possibility that you will be successful and earn more than enough money to build a family or satisfy one’s needs. This for sure is everyone’s dream.

If you are graduating or you have a child, or friend who is graduating, he or she deserves a celebration even if it be a minute celebration. The preparation is another thing that should not be taken for granted. You will never know who will come to join you in your achievement. But then again it is not necessary that it be a big celebration. All you have to do is to fix the time and place of the occasion and beforehand you must have invited and contacted close relatives and friends to come over. It does not matter whether you hold it in your house alone or in another place, what is essential is the convenience of all the persons involved and most especially the person graduating. Furthermore, you must celebrate in accordance to what you can spend and not too much of what you have.

The thing is, what is important is the thought of giving appreciation of all the late nights and diligence that the graduating student did when he or she was still a student. Graduation is not the end but a beginning for another phase of a more tasking and complicated life ahead.



April 2, 2008 at 10:19 PM

Congratulation for your graduation time next week