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Ayaz Husain
English 1
July 22, 2012
Where will I be in 10 years?

They say in one’s life we all make choices, but in the end, our choices make us. You’re about to embark with me unto the long, wavy road of my life, and watch it unfolds through my eyes. This is my life as I see it will be like ten years from now. I have most of it planned out already. This is my short story. School has always been an important goal in my life. Growing up I always wanted to go into professional school. In the near future I plan to work hard and finish college with at least my B.S. in Psychology. Subsequently, the profession that I want to go into is Physician Assistant. Now that I’m older I realized that this is surely plausible. Ten years into the future I’d like to think that I am working as a Physician Assistant. I like to understand people’s feelings, how they come to a point in their lives; that they need someone to help them cope with their feelings. My desires to choose this career path have originated from an early age. Although as a young person, I did not quite understand what doctors essentially do. My desire heightened by the sick people I came across. As I grew up, I steadily understood what it demanded; being a medical professional and that strengthened my desire even more. The fact that doctors save lives also forms part of why I wanted to go into the particular field. When you say ten years from now, there are a few things that come to mind. My plans and goals in life are very basic. We all know when growing up we want that picture-perfect ending with the house, car, kids, and the dog. Ten years from now after having met the girl of my dreams. She is beautiful. I plan on getting married and eventually raising my children. Having a large family was something I always wanted. However, on behalf of a big family I would have to wait at least 20 years for that. My other goal is to become a homeowner and decisively move out of my parent’s house; to a new location...
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