Mr.President Respected teachers and dear fellows
The given proposition of the day is “my aim in life”
Sir , aim is very important in life,it brings all our energies to one point. Robert Browning says : “The aim, if reached or not makes great the life” It provides direction for our attempts.Our aim is like a guiding star. What makes life gloomy is the want of motive.When a man does not know what harbor he is making for,no wint is the right wint .Aim that suits the nature of a man is the best for him. Mr.President Sir, I desire to be a teacher. No doubt , teacher all over the world are low-paid people . because the world cannot pay for their services. There are several reasons for my choice. It is a nobel profession . The best people in the world are those who teach others. To me this is the only profession in which a man can serve his nation in the best possible manner.Engineers may build grand buildings,metalled roads , massive dams .doctors may treat the patient and may put life into the dead; civil and military officers may boast of their services to the nation. But,are they not what their teacher have made them ? Mr.President Sir, A teacher is like a ladder which remains at its place,but helps others to go higher and higher. Instead of being an engineers a doctor , or an officer, it is better to be an engineer.maker,a doctor maker . It is only the men are made in the teaching institutions.
Mr.President Sir, Whatever others think of my aim, I am satisfied that by being a teacher I can do much for my country in an other way. This aim is according to my taste and nature . Goving against it would result in nothing but harm and confusion of mint. Words worth has said:
A noble aim, faithfully kept, is as a noble deed;
In whose pure sight all virtue succeed.
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