Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on farewell. Even though we often postpone saying goodbye because it’s difficult or uncomfortable, most people are aware of how essential farewells are. By expressing our feelings verbally, we can define how we will remember someone, codify our decisions, and frame specific periods. In other words, bidding farewell helps us feel complete as we go into the next stages of our lives.
A formal or casual farewell turns our experiences into a ballad we may keep in our minds by combining their structure and texture. Resolution is difficult to find if we aren’t given the chance to say goodbye. We can end ourselves living in a state of continuous regret, wondering what might have been.
We should treat our endings with the same reverence and ceremony that we do our beginnings. Closure doesn’t require a grand and extravagant farewell, but there is poignant significance in moving toward someone or something to more readily go away.
To find the closure required for a more positive mental state in the face of change, we need imagination and bravery to construct psychologically beneficial farewells. We can make a labor-intensive farewell cake for ourselves, compile letters from former employees for a memory book, or erect a soapbox in the park where we can meet strangers and share our grievances in a socially isolated setting. Because the most difficult farewells are those that are never said, it is crucial to make peace with what is no longer. Thank you.