Short essay on the Aim of My Life

Ambition changes into aim when we adopt it with a motive to fulfill. I too have an aim to become a doctor in life. I have already taken physics, chemistry and biology in my IX class. I am working very hard to reach my goal. I have a craze for white..

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Mahatma Gandhi had the ambition to see his country free and independent. Pt. Nehru wanted to see prosperity for India. He had a view of equality for all. He aimed co-operative movement for prosperity of Indian masses. Sardar Patel wanted to unite India as a single unit. The ambition was later on adopted as aim of life and the notable people struggled to fulfill it.

In the same way, George Bush has an ambition to lead USA to supreme status. He has an aim to make the whole world subordinate to the supreme power, the US. Sometime these ambitions come up true but they shatter on account of slack efforts. Hence the adoption of desire, ambition and aim involves exploration of ways and means to achieve the goal. In the next phase, we are to find ways and means to achieve the aims of life. The exploration leads us to examine the possibilities and put in more sincere efforts.

I too have an aim to become a doctor in life. I have already taken physics, chemistry and biology in my IX class. I am working very hard to reach my goal. I have a craze for white coat and stethoscope in dress of a doctor. I have a deep regard for the efforts they make in helping a sick person. They work hard and render all the best services to the poor sufferer.

A doctor can do a lot of service to the poor and ailing masses. I am pulling in all the efforts to acquire the top rank in class. My teachers are very helpful to me in my mission. They provide motivation, career counseling and all help in explaining the subject. They often encourage to me to seek guidance for odd questions. My parents have already requested some reputed guides to help me in the subject. I have joined some coaching classes and am sure to get better rewards.

I have told my parents that my basic aim to join medical services is to render help to poor and needy persons. I will not hanker after high figure profits and earning. I may even like to help the needy with whatever I have in my storage. My father has, very kindly, approved my feelings and is encouraging me to work with best of my efforts. I got very good marks in my last term examinations. Even from my junior classes, the classmates have started appreciating my efforts. They lend me all the help to achieve my aim.

India is full of miseries and diseases. The health and living draws maximum attention for uplift. It will be my privilege to serve the needy for their requirement through this profession.