My Aim in Life

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For becoming a successful person, one should have a certain aim in one's life. A person without aim is like a rudderless ship in a stormy sea. The aim of an individual should be noble and good to shape her career in the later part of life. Without a right aim or right choice of profession the problem of bread cannot be solved. Aim is very important in life it brings all our energies to one point. Robert Browning an English poet says: “The aim, if reached or not makes great the life”. My aim in life is to become a teacher. There are several reasons for my choice. It is a noble profession. The best people in the world are those who teach others. All the Prophets were the best teachers on the face of planet earth. Our beloved Prophet Hazart Muhammad [peace is upon him] said “The best among you is the one who learns The Quran and then teach others”. To me teaching is the only profession, in which I can serve the nation in the best possible manner. Engineers may build grand buildings, metaled 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? A teacher is like a ladder which remains at its place, but helps others to go higher and higher. Instead of being an engineer a doctor, or an officer, it is better to be an engineer maker, a doctor maker. It is only the individuals are made in the teaching institutions. Whatever others think of my aim, I am satisfied that by being a teacher I can do much for my country in another way. This aim is according to my taste and nature. Going against it would result in nothing but harm and confusion. -------------------------------------------------...
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