Monday, September 10, 2012
I completely agree with Steve. His three main stories, connecting the dots, love and loss, and death, could really connect to many graduating students. When he talked about connecting the dots, he talked about his life story. Every body has a life story, so that relates to everybody, but some people need to connect their own dots more than others before they head out of school, and into the real world. The most important section was the love and loss. This also happens in every ones life, and it is inevitable. It is a guarantee that it will happen at least once, and probably more. The quote he read, "Stay Hungary, Stay Foolish", is well placed at the end. It is powerful as a closing because he is telling them to keep learning as life goes on. Steve being an important man makes me think that he really knew what he was talking about. It makes it more interesting just because he was so famous.
Posted by Jamie Ballah at 6:32 AM