Wealth their name lives on. Thus, we find
Wealth is not everything in life.
Man does not live by bread alone. Ambition of some other persons is to earn fame so that even after their their name lives on. Thus, we find people striving to become top! Journalists, educationists, sportsmen, etc. even though these pursuits may- enable them to earn much wealth. There are others who want neither wealth nor fame but want to humanity. They believe that the service of mankind is the service of Mahatma Gandhi and Swami Vivekanand has laid great stress on alert the sufferings of poor people. Mother Teresa rendered great service to poor and the destitute people who were in need of love and care. Some young boys and girls would like to become film stars.
If a pay succeeds in this profession, it will enable him to earn both wealth and far lead a glamorous life. These days, a number of persons also wish to go and settle Dow advanced countries where they can earn more and lead a luxurious life. As for myself, I want neither wealth nor fame. I do not want to become actor.
I have no liking for politics also because it is said to be the last re a scoundrel. My ambition in life is to become a teacher. There are a number of reasons for my choice. First, about 35 per cent of the people in India are illiterate. They are steeped in ignorance.
They are governed by superstitions. By becoming a teacher, I will be able to remove illiteracy, ignorance and superstitions to some extent. Secondly, though the teachers of our country are ill-paid, yet it is one of the noblest professions. This profession will enable me to translate into my life the Gandhian principle of simple living and high thinking. Thirdly, this profession will enable me to serve the cause of education.
According to Plato, education is the turning of the inner eye towards light. By adopting the profession of teaching, I can hope to perform this stupendous task. Fourthly, the teaching profession calls for a missionary zeal and a sense of dedication.
I possess both these qualities in ample measure. I have an aptitude for this profession. Therefore, if I join this profession, it will give me job satisfaction. It will mean the fulfilment of my cherished ambition. Fifthly, the students of today are the citizens of tomorrow.
This profession will enable me to make my humble contribution in the building of my nation by instilling the spirit of nationalism and patriotism in my students. In view of the foregoing reasons, I am convinced that my preference to become a teacher is a step in the right direction. I will, therefore, spare no effort to achieve this ambition of my life.