Chief Aim of Life How to become a great leader – A big Politician – A good actor – A big Industrialist – A business Magnet – A Supreme Court Justice – An IAS Officer – A big Military Officer – i.e. a great man in any walk of life. Chief Aim of Life is an initiative to work in a particular direction for a particular job, without making any chief aim of life a man cannot progress so much as one can progress with a definite aim. Before selecting a Chief Aim of Life let us first know some of the Chief Aims of great men and women so that we may be able to think and find out one Chief Aim of Life for us. Now first let us see some of the examples of love and then examples of bravery and then of business people and inventors. The first example I want to give you is the true love of Shirin and Farhad. Farhad’s dream was to marry Shirin and he had made this his Chief Aim of Life. He persevered in the pursuit of his dream, and single-handedly dug a canal to bring water from the mountains to the palace of the King, Shirin’s father. Next, look at the the life stories of Rani Jhansi, Durga Bhai, Maharana Pratap, Shivajee, and Mahatma Gandhi who fought throughout their lives for the freedom of their motherland. With businessmen, see the example of Tata who was an ordinary man and made the first factory in India for steel melting and rolling. He also made more than 1,000 different types of institutions for education and social service, resulting in jobs for millions of people. Other noteworthy businessmen include Birla, Modi, and Thapar. Looking at the side of inventors we come across the name of Leelawati who gained world fame as soon as she missed the chance of getting married and gave the world algebra and some good points in Mathematics. One of the best examples of how to achieve Chief Aim of Life is by Bhagirath whose perseverance brought the Ganges from the Himalayas to the plains of India, and gave India a new shape. Ganga Jee is worshipped not only because we consider it to be a Holy River but she benefits millions of people. Seven generations of Bhagirath’s ancestors had worked hard day and night and sacrificed their lives, and at last Bhagirath became successful. Ganga Jee is also known Bhagirathi, a recognition of the dedication and sacrifices made by Bhagirath. All big cities as well as the Indian civilization developed on the banks of Gangajee. The best known successful businessmen were all men of prompt decision who worked always with one main, outstanding purpose as their Chief Aim. Some notable examples are as follows:
Edison concentrated upon the work of harmonizing natural laws and made his efforts to uncover more useful inventions than any other man who ever lived. Lincoln concentrated his mind on freeing the slaves and became the greatest American President while doing it.
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