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Mar 24

A Rahman

My Aim in Life

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Human life is like a journey to reach the destination. In the journey of our life, we should have an aim or future plan. A man can not succeed without any fixed aim. A man without aim is like a boat without rudder. So, every man should choose a particular profession at the beginning of his life.

Different men have different aims in life. Some want to be high officials or scholars or poets etc. Some one wants to be a doctor or an engineer or a teacher. This choice of profession depends on one’s taste aptitude and intensity of desire.

I am now a student of class VII. I have also an aim in my life. The aim of my life is to become a doctor.

 Bangladesh is a poor country. Most of her people live under poverty line. They can not get two square meals a day, let alone Medicare. As a result, they suffer from various diseases. Besides, there is no qualified doctor to serve them. If I can qualify my-self of the Medical profession, I shall not accept any government post, but I shall go to my native village and serve the villagers. I shall treat them in every respect. I shall not take any fee from them and provide them with medicine free of cost. I shall also set up a charitable dispensary in my village. So, I have decided to become a doctor to serve the people of my village through this profession.

After passing the S.S.C. Examination, I shall get myself admitted into a college in science group. After obtaining, if Allah pleases, the I.S.C. degree from there, I shall join the Dhaka Medical College for the M.B.B.S. degree.

An aimless man is harmful for both himself and the society. Failure and unsuccessful and well-ordered life.

We reached Daudkandi at 6 pm. One of my relatives came to the Ghat to receive us. We went to his house and enjoyed rich food.

 It was the most pleasant journey in my life. I enjoyed it so much that the memory of the journey will remain ever fresh in my heart. I shall never forget it.

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A Rahman

A Rahman