Relationships Are More Important Than Ambition. There's more to life than leaving home.
Itd be easy to answer if u mentioned wat exactly ur ambition was.....
Aimless life is no lesser than a sin. Many people have no definite aim in life. They are like travellers going ahead without any destination. Someone has truly said that “Changes do not happen when circumstances improve it happens when we decide to change to ourselves.’’Such people who lead an aimless life do not believe in hard work but, always depend on destiny.
It is true that God has written our destiny but it is we who have to achieve it through hardwork. It is you, if you do not work efficiently you won’t achieve the best results of it. A person who has his goals set will never astray.
This Site Might Help You. RE: Could you grade my Macbeth essay on ambition? Macbeth is a play that illustrates how ambition can play on the human mind and lead people to do things they would not or should not do because of their desire for success, which in this play leads to death. I will explore how this theme of ambition is presented in William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. .
Every person has his own dream or ambition in life. Someone wants to become a soldier, someone a doctor, some an engineer or a politician and so on. Some others aspire for the careers of authors, actors or singers. But my ambition is to become a police officer in my future life.
In the drill class in my school, I was very serious, and always tried to follow and learn the rules of parade as perfectly as possible because I wanted to become a member of the police force.
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Macbeth Symbolism, take inspiration from this essay and beware of plagiarism. http://www.freeessays.cc/db/42/sra201.shtml http://www.freeessays.cc/db/42/sra216.shtml Macbeth by William Shakespeare http://www.elook.org/literature/shakespeare/macbeth/ An Introduction to Macbeth The Symbolic Pattern http://www.eastdonsc.vic.edu.au/home/pgardner/teaching/Macbeth_notes.html An analysis of the play by Shakespeare http://www.nosweatshakespeare.com/macbeth_soliloquy.htm http://www.shakespeare-online.com/playanalysis/macbeth.html http://www.theatrehistory.com/british/macbeth001.html http://www.pinkmonkey.com/booknotes/monkeynotes/pmMacbeth04.asp Enjoying "Macbeth", by William Shakespeare http://www.lynchmultimedia.com/macbeth_parallel.html http://www.pathguy.com/macbeth.htm Good luck. Kevin, Liverpool, England.