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AMBITIONS : Is there any 'dream job/career' you wanted to pursue,and couldn't? Something that you always wanted to do...and couldn't? Given a chance or an opportunity,would you follow it now?

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Asked by shintsie, 07 Jan '10 09:30 am
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He he he he .... kya yaar aap bhi .... saare zakhm taaze kar diye .... saari yaadein phir aankhon ke sahaare duniya dekhne lagee ....

ofcourse shy to zaroor feel ho raha hai answer karne me .... but dil ki baat yahaan nahi kahunga, to aur kahan? .... me wanted to be a cricketer ... tee hee :D .... right from colony, to school, to our area's ground, and even here in dubai .... i have just enjoyed this game as anyone .... its something which i can never get over .... dreamz were always alive, till responsibilities took over .... well, har khwaab shayad sach me pura nahi hota :-)

but koi nahi .... seriouslly no issues, i love the life which m living .... apna job, apna farz, apna kaam .... i just love it .... and no need to confirm, dat yes, i will surely still try to go for the kill once again, if given another chance ....

waahhhh yaar, kya kahun, bohat acchha laga ye particular answer karke .... thank you for such a lovely question .... love ya for dat (dont mind) :-)))))))))))
Answered by Cartoon Network, 08 Jan '10 03:53 am

 
  
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Well, Shintsie, now that you have heard all these!!
now tell me what you thought of doing and how it affected you , etc...
Infact even though me being an engineer and holding a senior management position in a Project co, I still fell like teaching the basics to the children. These are the ones that no teacher tells his / her student. The teaching should be very interesting so that even a below average student cultivate interest in that and come up with colours. Nowadays the basics are not being taught off..
But at the same time I dont want to do this on a commercial basis!!
HHHhmmmmm, let me see, it may be cery late to take such a drastic steps....
Answered by Sundar Rajan, 10 Jan '10 03:31 pm

 
  
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I always wanted to be a Singer...how i loved to Sing...but my kid brother(after growing up) told me Not to sing coz i sound like a Rude Morning Alarm!!!
Cant Follow it coz i dont think Anybody will support me in this;-))))
Answered by nikita, 10 Jan '10 01:33 pm

 
  
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Its only after obtaining my degree in Commerce, I realisaed that I was made for anything, but Commerce. The reality is that when we had to make a choice, we were not fully equipped or matured enough to do so. Even, then it is never too late. I like to innovate to improve the quality of our life. And to achieve this, I became a seeker... want to know all the relevant things of life.
Answered by kishore malhotra, 08 Jan '10 04:42 pm

 
  
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I 'm now in a govt.job & I felt the bitterness of the working style in an administrative setup.But prior to have a knowledge of the plight of Government jobs I intended to meke an Administrative executive & I put my best effort in that line.However God had something different for me in his blessings.And now if given a chance I would never opt for the profession which I dreamt initially to have bcz there is no thanx for the sincere works here.
Answered by Pradipta pati, 08 Jan '10 12:56 pm

 
  
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Hi ML > Like every aspirant guy/girl, myself had a dream of seeing me in a career that could have (if materialized) given me mountain high peace of mind against these days of hassling bustling engagement of twenty four hours in work-line. Of course, right now, I am not complaining about where I am, since monetary relief is of tremendous type, so thats not been question even when I started my first day with family business. But still, (especially during my pre-rediff days) whenever I sit in my gallery, midnight time, and calculate what exactly I did for a day that has just passed, I feel a pang in my heart, as there is smell of money only, meeting with dumb headed, leeches kind bureaucrats sucking blood of young ones who wish to establish themselves on their own, and similar kinds events; there only, while looking at those dully illuminating starlets, I give a thought to my original wish (I know there is lot of difference between AMBITION and WISH, so I better stick up with `Wish` only) ...more
Answered by Indra Pawar, 08 Jan '10 10:56 am

 
  
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A Tree never find a path to grow under the bigger tree.
Answered by vilas manohar deshpande, 07 Jan '10 09:47 pm

 
  
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God is the first Civil Engineer , who constructed the World so beautifully for the happy dwelling of all the species.......Fortunately I have chosen and pursued my Dream job as a Civil Engineer and was in charge of construction and maintainance of all Public buildings .In Tamilnadu I carried out lots of irrigation works , Renovation of Tanks, Construction of Anicuts, school buildings , hospital buildings, bus stand, markets etc; Also I was in charge of Industrial building constn in Chennai Petroleum Corporation. .... Though I got less promotions due to seniority loss ....I enjoyed my career so well...!!
Now I left the field for new generations...!!!
Answered by anantharaman, 07 Jan '10 07:26 pm

 
  
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Yes I had an ambition to become an IAS officer. I was going ahead with preparation of my exam when something happened and I was forced to abondon it . Then I had no mood to do it again.. That almost changed my life. Even if the chance is fiven now, age factor will disallow me to appear. I have learnt to accept life as it comes.
Answered by subhash, 07 Jan '10 04:47 pm

 
  
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Bachpan se ek hi kwaish thi........i wanted to join army........i tried thrice ,cleared written twice but got rejected in SSB......in childhood,there was a series on DD paramvir chakra, that was our inspiration, we all brothers wanted to join army and only my elder brother was successful and no one was in army in our family before my brother had joined....now i cannot join it now,but i never regret it by being outside army...earlier i thought its the only way to lay off the debt of our motherland but i now know that i can use the same passion do many things for myself and my country..........
Answered by shashank sharma, 07 Jan '10 01:23 pm

 
  
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