My aim in life essay for class 12 pdf

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My aim in life essay for class 12 pdf

My aim in life essay for class 12 pdf

My aim in life essay for class 12 pdf

“Never stop fighting until you arrive at your desired place- That is the unique in
you. Have an aim in life, continuously acquire knowledge, work hard, and have
the perseverance to realize the great life”
(A.P.J ABDUL KALAM)
Diversity is the beauty of the human mind. All the people on the planet have
their own way of thinking and choosing things. This is an undeniable fact that
ambition is a guiding star in our life. It inspires us to achieve noble ideals in life. It
channelizes our energies and enthusiasm. Without ambition, life becomes dull and
drab. Those who have no definite aim in their lives, cannot rise in life.
Napoleon has said:
“Great ambition is the passion of a great character.”
Majority of ambitious people want either to become famous or rich, so they
aim to become businessmen, lawyers, politicians and bureaucrats etc. But I see
things differently. I want to do things that unite my soul and body with the power
of pacification. I want to help other people and bring happiness to their lives. My
belief is:
“The real people are those who makes others life easier”.
Everyone has his own dreams but the future profession must be selected
keeping in view the taste and talent of the person. Therefore, my aim in Life is to
become a doctor. Although, doctor’s profession is considered very reputable and
noble, but my reason to become a doctor is more than this. A large number of
people face fatal health problems, and unfortunately, they can’t afford treatment.
My aim is to help such people. My aim is to provide free treatment to the people
who can’t afford expensive medication. In other words, I want to serve Humanity.
I have firm belief that:
Don’t aim for success if you want it; just do what you love and believe in, and it
will come naturally.
(David Frost)
In our country, there is a lack of research in the field of medicine. I have a
dream to open new ways for research that will prove not only beneficial for young
aspirants but also helpful in raising the status of my country. My aim is to make
possible the cure of such diseases as are yet considered incurable. I want to set a
new path for others. According to Craig Venter:
“A doctor can save may be a few hundred lives in a Life time. A researcher can
save the whole world.”
Another reason of setting my aim is to become a doctor is to change the
general perception that doctors want to earn money only and they do not care
about others’ lives. My ambition is to become a doctor that not only my parents,
but also my society will be proud of. I also understand that it is difficult to become
a doctor in cut-throat competition of the day, but this thing can’t stop me. My
spirits are high and my passion is unshakable, as I know:
“The mould of man’s fortune is in his own hands.”
(Bacon)
I have high aspirations, though I do not know how far I would be able to
realize them. I do not want to run after money, nor after cheap fame or popularity.
But I firmly believe in what A.P.J Abdul Kalam has said:
“Small aim is a crime; have a great aim.”
I know that the profession of medicine is a good selection. If I become a good
doctor, I will get a lot of money, which I will use for the service of the poor. I will
not charge high fees and shall never exploit the needy and the poor at the most
critical moments of their life. If I become a good doctor, I will, of course, get fame
and popularity. But InshaAllah, I shall not become puffed up with pride due to this
fame. In short, I have fixed my aim to be a doctor, not because it is a profession,
which would fetch more wealth, fame or power than any other profession, but
because it gives better and greater opportunities to serve mankind in their
moments of dire need, when they are involved in a struggle of life and death.
“It matters not how long we live but how”.
(Bailey)
My aim does not end there. I shall devote a part of my time in doing voluntary
work in hospitals and charitable dispensaries. InshaAllah, I will also devote a part
of my time to the welfare of my country and my people. I shall never make wealth
or power the objective of my life. I shall never run after the bubble of fame. I shall
be proud to die in harness. Success in my profession will be of little importance to
me unless it is governed by my higher moral progress. In words of Long Fellow:
“The purpose of life should be a life of purpose.”
To conclude, I would like to add that my aim of life fully suits my aptitude
and ideals. I know in my heart that this is the path best fitted for me by nature and
I will leave no stone unturned to attain it. May Allah help me in getting successful
in my ambition. (Ameen)
“This one step – choosing a goal and sticking to it – changes everything.”
(Scott Reed)

Muhammad Shahzaib Arshad
Class: 12th