Value of Ethics and Aspiration

Topics: Morality, Education, Human Pages: 3 (831 words) Published: February 8, 2009
Value of Ethics and Aspiration: the Bangladesh Chapter

Mohammad Mashnun Hossain

To become good at any aspect of life is certainly not an easy task to accomplish. One has to go through an immense amount of hardship before attaining his or her dream goal. As we are now living in a world which gets more competitive day by day, it is important to scrutinize our wishes from different perspectives before getting started.

Let us take a close look what generally works behind any student’s mind while being asked the following question “What’s the aspiration of your life?” Especially when you put this question right after their school certificate results like SSC, the meritorious ones with beaming faces would most likely state their ambitions of becoming either doctors or engineers, (though few students may say that they want to be good human beings and when they are asked how to become a good human being they would say by being a doctor or engineer!) The current trend also suggests the demand of business program which is the Bachelor of Business Administration famously known as BBA. Concurrently, students wishing to enter other fields express their interests too. It can be assumed that the aspiration behind each profession fosters the young minds to take on the challenge of real life. Well, the aspiration certainly assists; it is a driving factor of achieving success but is it all? If that is the case then why after thirty seven years of independence we still lag behind as a nation comparing to the most of our South Asian counterparts? Let alone the whole world.

If we evaluate the present situation carefully we will immediately realize that “Aspiration alone can be a tricky thing”. Our health care system can be a prime example. Most people, who can afford, prefer to go abroad for health purpose for minor operations which can be easily done in our country. Why do they prefer to go abroad? This is because of the fact that they get right care there. (Though the...
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