A Dark Climb to a Beautiful Climb

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A Dark Climb to a Beautiful Sky
When I ask a person to tell me what ambition means to them, the regular response I get is, a strong desire to do or to achieve something, typically requiring determination and hard work. Now ambition means so much more to me. Without the strong ambition some people have, the world would not be the remarkable yet atrocious place it is today. Ambition…. “Wow” it’s hard to put this complex word into simple terms. Its meaning is so much deeper than strong desires to achieve something. The meaning of ambition pulls on multiple life factors. It can be a motivating climb for success or a in some causes a rocky drop to failure.
A person with ambition goes through two struggles. The first struggle would be being able to decide whether or not you want to reach a goal. Second is actually going out to achieve that goal. No matter how minor or massive a goal is without ambition to get it done it will never get started. The first step is what influences the outcome of achieving anything you want. With that first step comes the strongest sense of ambition. Nothing has yet to come in my way! I am well…invincible ready to take on the world. A fire burns inside of me that fuel’s a passion to strive for greatness. Yet as I come to take the next step my ambition dies down a little and my fire goes from marvellous flames to a light glow. Struggles are the main reasons my ambitions have ever been killed. I find that “the business of words keeps me awake” but I don’t think I’m good enough to see them through. Climbing a tree is just like reaching for my ambitions. Looking up I see the breath taking beauty of the loving blue sky and then as I look closer I see the sharp edges that will dig into me and leave a scar and the branches that are weak and ready to fall. Yes I have the ambition to reach them, and yes I think I truly can do so, but the climb to get to my gaols is not going to be easy. The struggles I am faced with will pull me down every time I

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