My Graduation speech by Ezekiel chege

Distiguished guests,the graduate whom we celebrate today,ladies and gentlemen, On this sweet moment, I stand before you not go give you a long sermon how to achieve success overnight but to tell you the truth. The road to success is not smooth but full of thorns to traverse. Success is as ice cold and lonely as the North Pole.
karanja,Wandune 25 years down the line we celebrate your success today.My learned friend Mark you have made this long awaited day a reality,thank you.The long journey that started 25 years ago is being earmarked in our very own eyes. Today, you have reminded us that while your road has been rough, while your journey has been long, you have picked ourselves up, you have fought your way back, and we know in our hearts that for the John’s family the best is yet to come.This is neither the beginning nor the end but a stepping stone forward towards greater success.
However, we are all motivated by a keen desire for praise and success, and the better a man is, the more he is inspired by glory and success. We all aspire for a worthy and honorable post, but only one is lucky to get it. And only the loser knows the value of success.
There is no short-cut to success.It is an old maxi that fortune favours the brave, the studious and the steadfast. Those who waver in the midway meet their doom. Idle men are dead all their life long.The famous architect Leonardo Da Vinci has rightly said, “Iron rusts from disuse, stagnant water loses its purity and in cold weather becomes frozen; even so does inaction sap the vigours of our mind.
My dear friends, the road to success is not smooth. Failures face us at every step. Success can be achieved by those who do not mind failures, but struggle on till the end is reached. And when our energy fails us, we should remember the Rome was not built in a day. This will infuse fresh vigor and energy into us. But we must not think that the success can be achieved with the help of Aladdin’s lamp.
Our young men today proudly boast their own achievements, abilities, and so on with too much pride and satisfaction. But their bragging is all hollow.They say money can buy any person, product and post. Where money power fails, muscle power comes handy. It is unfortunate that such a base attitude us gaining ground in the modern world because of widespread nepotism and dishonest practices in the amidst of the human race.My friend Mark has always reminded me that “there is honour in failing than in cheating”,True.What, then, is the prerequisite for success? Is it sheer luck or something else? Everyone here will agree with me that luck is another name for hard work, persistent toil, steadfastness, perseverance and fortitude. You’ll find that it is not as difficult as it may seem to be but the result of such work cannot be compared to anything else. Besides, you would know that nothing more could be done and you made your best.
Life is a course that you set and determine by the choices you make each day. Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” So as Mark step out to meet the world with his mind prepared and his skills tuned, I urge him to set his direction with a positive attitude and strong spirit.Celebrate the days of success and always prepare for the challenges that meet you as you venture through life. For although you may consciously make the most positive of decisions day-to-day, you and I KNOW that there will always be hard days. It is during the times of success that people will know your name, and it is during times of trouble that people will know your character.
You have now gone through the recommended system.You are equipped to take on the world. Your life is now your destiny. Academia will not impose deadlines for those with minimum word counts. No, now your life is yours to create. The university has simply built a strong foundation for the future you must independently design and build. “Watch your thoughts; they become words. Watch your words; they become actions. Watch your actions; they become habits. Watch your habits; they become character. Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.”
Friends, graduates, and anyone who can remember the sweet taste of a welcome future with the spice of opportunity. Let’s celebrate with our friend here who represent the future. Let’s indulge in the bounty of choices, possibilities, and adventures that are ripe and ready for their taking! And as we gather here today,lets remember to base our choice on action not politics as usual.
Thank you very much for your audience.God bless you!

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The Eternal Life

Happy are Those who will hate the worldly life,as Christ will reward them with life that will never ends.No doubt,Christ will reward them with heavenly life,When Christ. Let no one doubt about the coming of Christ…He will come to reward the righteous.

 

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Life as A Programmer at Mobilepay Kenya

Being a fresh graduate from university, I counted myself blessed as within the first month i had already secured an employment with a very competitive firm in Town. I was to work as a programmer: The first few Day,Life was hectic but it took me a few days to adjust in the new enviroment. My father specifically was very impressed,Infact,He called for a Thanks Giving ceremony before i had got my first salary. I loved this Job Despite the fact that pocket wise it was not all that attractive but i had to remain sincere to my employer from the fact that he Had gained confidence in me before i could even have had my Graduation Ceremony. Indeed, I remain indepted to Mr.Karume who influenced most of what happenned.May God bless Karume,My he live long to blow a hundred and one candles.

During my time i reengeneered mobile pay internal management system Which gave me alot of exposure. Besides,I learnt how to mirror Data in PHP….and i developed the money transfer system hosted at http://www.tangaza321.com/auth/

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Computer Science Class of 11/12 of Masinde Muliro

Larry Ellison’s purported commencement speech at Yale and MMUST University commencement. NOTE: THIS IS A FAKE, BUT IT MAKES A GOOD POINT.

What follows is a transcript of the speech delivered by Larry Ellison, CEO of ORACLE (2nd Richest Man on the Planet) at Yale University:

“Graduates of Yale University, I apologize if you have endured this type of prologue before, but I want you to do something for me. Please, take a good look around you. Look at the classmate on your left. Look at the classmate on your right. Now, consider this: Five years from now, 10 years from now, even 30 thirty years from now, odds are the person on your left is going to be a loser. The person on your right, meanwhile, will also be a loser. And you, in the middle? What can you expect? Loser. Loserhood. Loser Cum Laude.

“In fact, as I look out before me today, I don’t see a thousand hopes for a bright tomorrow. I don’t see a thousand future leaders in a thousand industries. I see a thousand losers.

“You’re upset. That’s understandable. After all, how can I, Lawrence
‘Larry’ Ellison, college dropout, have the audacity to spout such heresy to the graduating class of one of the nation’s most prestigious institutions? I’ll tell you why. Because I, Lawrence “Larry” Ellison, second richest man on the planet, am a college dropout, and you are not.

“Because Bill Gates, richest man on the planet — for now, anyway — is a college dropout, and you are not.

“Because Paul Allen, the third richest man on the planet, dropped out of college and you did not.

“And for good measure, because Michael Dell, No. 9 on the list and moving up fast, is a college dropout, and you, yet again, are not.”

“Hmm… you’re very upset. That’s understandable. So let me stroke your egos for a moment by pointing out, quite sincerely, that your diplomas were not attained in vain. Most of you, I imagine, have spent four to five years here, and in many ways what you’ve learned and endured will serve you well in the years ahead. You’ve established good work habits. You’ve established a network of people that will help you down the road. And you’ve established what will be lifelong relationships with the word ‘therapy.’ All that of is good. For in
truth, you will need that network. You will need those strong work habits. You will need that therapy.”

“You will need them because you didn’t drop out, and so you will never be among the richest people in the world. Oh sure, you may, perhaps, work your way up to No. 10 or No. 11, like Steve Ballmer. But then, I don’t have to tell you who he really works for, do I? And for the record, he dropped out of grad school. Bit of a late bloomer.”

“Finally, I realize that many of you, and hopefully by now most of you, are wondering, ‘Is there anything I can do? Is there any hope for me at all?’ Actually, no. It’s too late. You’ve absorbed too much, think you know too much. You’re not 19 anymore. You have a built-in cap, and I’m not referring to the mortar boards on your heads.”

“Hmm… you’re really very upset. That’s understandable. So perhaps this would be a good time to bring up the silver lining. Not for you, Class of ’00. You are a write-off, so I’ll let you slink off to your pathetic $200,000-a-year jobs, where your checks will be signed by former classmates who dropped out two years ago.”

“Instead, I want to give hope to any underclassmen here today. I say to you, and I can’t stress this enough: leave. Pack your things and your ideas and don’t come back. Drop out. Start up. “For I can tell you that a cap and gown will keep you down just as surely as these security guards dragging me off this stage are keeping me dow…”

(Dilbert is a documentary.)

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Graduation Speech

Graduands of Masinde Muliro class of 2011. I feel jovial at the warmth of this helmet and the power to to read and write all that apertains my degree. 6 years from now, i was a small boy graduated at the A level with great hope of life. Such heresy good grade good life made me work t

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