“life will be better in spring”
Monday, March 28, 2016 || 11:49 PM
As a kid, we were bombarded with questions of what we want to be in the future. People were asking us about ambition; taken by many as a lifetime career of usually a grown-up. Does it makes sense? The answer would always be a policeman, a doctor or "Teacher, i want to be a teacher just like you". Have it ever crossed our mind, that we are now an adult, all those were actually a reference in wanting to be courageous, wanting to help people, and simply be a kind-hearted person.
"I hope people do not mistaken ambition as an occupation" - anon
Educate ourselves. the answer we gave, perhaps 10, 12 or even 15 years ago, are they still relevant now? Ask a child, what's his ambition. And he said, i want to be a kind-hearted person, he would've manage to become one along the way of becoming a doctor. There's even more room for himself, more options; perhaps he has lost interest in medic and found joy in other fields or being a doctor is off his qualification, he still can be a teacher, a driver or anything he wants to because his ambition was and is to be kind and a person who gives back to the society.
Don't give limit to such possibilities. The weather is unpredictable, imagine the future, we never know.
How a certain profession is fulfilled is more important than the profession itself ;)
a strong desire to do or achieve something.