Greeting from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
When I was on my way to the State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, a day after my son’s convocation, I heard loud melody music coming from the street of Swanston. I quickly investigated what the celebration is all about. Guess what? I was really stunned and shocked to find out the parade of key personnel from RMIT and its students with their graduation regalia, the gown and traditional mortarboard cap, along the street. Of course, all these students will receive well deserved recognition for years of hard work and commitment. Their Graduation Ceremony offers the opportunity for them and their loved ones to celebrate a significant milestone in their lives, and the commencement of their professional careers. No surprises that it attracted big crowds of people who also want to participate in this ceremony with cheering from every corner. The environment was amazingly warm. Of course, I have no hesitation to join in by taking some photos.
Append below are some of the lively and meaningful ceremony which I am really being enlightened. I then decided to post an article with some of the colorful photos I have taken. See the students who are happily inviting me to take their photos as if I am a part of them. It is so amazingly awesome to cheer people for their achievements.
My mind actively ponder how nice if everyone has such a spirit to celebrate others’ success. Then everyone is rest assured of peaceful world and better tomorrow. By doing so, this little act will definitely help nurture a healthy environment for us to establish sound and solid relationship between each other rather than spreading those hatred messages that create chaos in this planet.
As such, I urge you to help me spread and sow this good seed around your circle of friends. Thanks you so much for your kind action. Let us give it a serious consideration- if we don’t care, who will. Just like what Confucius said, “A man who moves mountains starts carrying a little stone.” Stone by stone, all majestic building were erected. To a great mind, nothing is too little to be ignored.