Does anyone have a nice message I can convey to my rebbeim and classmates in my speech that I could end off with
How about thinking by yourself about what they gave you and what you wish for them rather than someone else’s ideas?
Not sure what to say about a Mesivta whose valedictorian isn’t able to independently think of the message he wants to convey to his fellow classmates and rebbeim, or at the very least be able to spell the name of the award he is going to receive.
Don’t troll, Sh. He asked a legitimate question. Since he’s probably spent the vast majority of his time learning Gemara, he hasn’t had practice writing independent papers or speeches. As far as spelling, a) it looks like a typo b) most people can’t spell English. It has the most illogical spelling conventions on the planet. (And shouldn’t it be ShAbbesonian, not ShEbessonian?)
Remember we lost the Second Beis HaMikdash because of sinas chinam, and R’ Akiva’s students died because they didn’t show each other enough respect. Not to mention that Avos says that everyone prefers a “soft tongue” (i.e. pleasant speech)? It’s Tammuz already, maybe we should start worrying about correcting our midos.