This is a short essay on “My Aim in Life”.
Introduction:Aim (in life) refers to the strong intention to achieve something. Everybody should have an aim in life. A man without an aim in life is merely a toy of circumstances. He drifts aimlessly and can never achieve success in his life.
Aimless life leads nowhere. So, a man should fix the aim of his life. He may face many difficulties in realizing it, but if he has a strong determination, he must achieve success.
I have already fixed the aim of my life. I want to become a doctor. There are several reasons for my choice.
Reasons: The profession of a doctor in noble. He renders a valuable service to the suffering humanity. He is the symbol of hope and joy. The face of a man suffering from acute pain brightens as soon as the doctor arrives. The doctor gives him a pill and his pain is cured. A good doctor is respected as an angel.
If I become a doctor, I can earn a lot of money. I am not a heartless man. When I become a doctor, I will treat the poor patients without charging fees. I will also distribute free medicines to the poor people. I will educate people for maintaining hygiene and cleanliness.
There is a great dearth of doctors in our country. A large number of people living in our villages die of various diseases owing to lack of medical facilities. I have made up my mind to serve the rural people.
I want to become a doctor, because I am by nature kind and humane. I am pained to see people suffering from various kinds of diseases. My desire to serve the ailing mankind prompts me to become a doctor.
My Scheme: Owing to these reasons I have decided to become a doctor. I have taken up Physics, Chemistry and Biology for the Secondary School Examination. My future plans are to get myself admitted to a good Medical College. After passing the M.D. Examination I shall go abroad for higher studies.
Conclusion: If everything goes according to my plan. I must become a good doctor. I wish my sweet dream would be fulfilled.
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My Goal of Teaching Essay
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To state that my goal is to become a teacher in the primary grades of elementary school is somewhat like writing a one-sentence synopsis of an intricate and wonderful dream. In Webster's Dictionary the word "goal" is defined as: "A point towards which effort or movement is directed; the objective point or terminus that one is striving to reach; the end aimed at." In each of the definitions the aim of the goal is stagnant. My goal of teaching feels much more like a living thing. I would define it more as a journey than a goal.
I do not remember a time when I was not interested in becoming a teacher. Although I followed a different career path when I was young, I never let go of my dream to teach. For various reasons it was pushed to…show more content…
I started volunteering in my children's classrooms. I would do the fun stuff like plan parties or go on field trips, but I also enjoyed working with the students in writing workshops and reading partnerships. I found enjoyment and fulfillment not only working with my own children but in helping the other students as well. I volunteer in the library and the school office. Outside of their school I became a Girl Scout leader and taught religious education at our church.
I balanced my volunteering with children to include volunteering for children. I became actively involved in parent-teacher groups. I held positions that ranged from the worker at a carnival, up to and including the president of a PTO. My husband's job required that we move around, and I found volunteer a good way to break into a community. The volunteering I always seemed to enjoy most was in some way involved with children.
As my children grew and I began to think about returning to the work force I knew I would be happiest doing something that involved children. It was my husband who suggested returning to school for a teaching degree. With all the years of working with children behind me, it seemed like a natural fit. I plan to finish my schooling and have a position teaching by the fall of 2001.
Securing a position teaching does not truly fulfill my goal. Through years of working and interacting with children I have come to see that we learn from them much more than we