Monday, May 14, 2012

If You Give a Graduate a Diploma

If you give a graduate a diploma, he's going to want to shout out his happiness at his achievement.

If he shouts out his happiness at achieving, people will suggest he continue to achieve.

If he wants to keep achieving, he's going to want to go to college.

If he wants to go to college, he's going to need guidance, stubbornness, and optimism.

If he takes guidance, stubbornness, and optimism to heart, he's going to register for college.

If he registers for college, he's going to start classes.

If he starts classes, he's going to work very hard to finish them and get his best grades.

If he finishes his classes and gets good grades, he's going to continue to the next class, and the next, for as long as it takes.

If he moves along and takes all the classes he needs, he's going to gain knowledge about the world and about himself.

If he learns more and more about the world and about himself , he's going to find out what he's good at.

If he finds out what he's good at, he's going to want to make a living doing it.

If he wants to make a living doing what he's good at, he's going to keep concentrating and learning until he graduates...from college.

If he graduates and makes a living doing what he's good at, he's going to want to share his knowledge with others.

If he shares his knowledge with others, he's going to inspire others to go to college and do what he did.

If others go to college, they're going to get diplomas.

If others go to college and receive their diplomas, they're going to want to shout out their happiness.

Here's a shout out to everyone graduating this year!

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