As you are leaving your alma mater, I have nothingto offer you as a gift except a word of advice. Myadvice is, "Never give up the pursuit of learning."
You have perhaps finished your college courses mostly for obtaining the diploma, or, in otherwords, out of sheer necessity. However, from now on you are free to follow your own bent inthe choice of studies. While you are in the prime of life, why not devote yourselves to a specialfield of study? Youth will soon be gone never to return. And it will be too late for you to go intoscholarship when in your declining years. Knowledge will do you a good turn even as a meansof subsistence. If you give up studies while holding a job, you will in a couple of years have hadyourselves replaced by young people. It will then be too late to remedy the situation by pickingup studies again.