My Aspirations in life-Essay by Lakshmi Nanda

  • Contributed by : Lakshmi Nanda Madhusoodhanan.
  • Status : Student
  • Class : 7
  • School : Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
  • Age : 11
  • Mode : Medium
  • Article type : Essay for Children
  • Target Age Group : 11-15 Years

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When I was very small, my mom and dad used to say to write down the wishes and keep it somewhere hiding and never say to anyone so the pixies could see and grant my wishes. The wishes what I wished where very simple ones like having a bowl full of chocolates, ice creams and candies etc.

And so I used to follow what my mom and dad said and to my surprise most of it was being granted. It was later only I understood that it was my mom and my dad, who made my desires come true. Now when I am a bit older, I have a few aspirations in me, which I would love to achieve.

My first wish is to be an IAS which is Indian Administrative Services. Doesn’t that sound great? Actually I wanted to be an IFS which is the acronym for Indian Foreign Services from the age I had the ability to think. I used to go for many programs and most of the programs chief guest would be The Ambassador of India in Kuwait. I always used to ask my parents who that was and they told a lot of things to me about them. And as I gradually became big, my ambition was to become an IAS officer.

My second wish is to write a book when I get big. Writing is my passion and my favourite hobby is to read especially books without illustrations as it helps to increase your imagination. Whenever, I read something or watch something good, I feel inspired and write articles. There are many book genres you can write about but my favourite is mythology and society. Mythology is very interesting especially when it is Greek mythology. I hope one day I would be able to write a bestseller book.

At last, not the least, I have another wish too, to be a good citizen of India. I want to serve my country and enrich its culture and popularity.I am an admirer Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and loves to read his book Wings of Fire. I am hugely inspired by his quote:- “Dream is not that which you see while sleeping it is something that does not let you sleep.’’

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