What I want to accomplish
Everyone in the world wants and has to achieve or accomplish something in his or her life, regardless of whether it is big or small or positive or negative to make own life meaningful. Some people like terrorists want to create more trouble, whereas some people like Gandhi and his holiness the Dalai Lama want to make our planet peaceful. Some people want to be known by people of the world, and some people want to have a nice family as well.
The thing that I want to accomplish is changing constantly with my age and abilities. When I was around five I wanted to be a ten year old boy because my cousin was ten then, and she was tall enough to reach on the shelf where the candy plates were kept. Whenever I wanted some candy I had to ask her to take some far me, but sometimes she didn't do it for me until I cried and she saw the tears were dropping on my cracked cheeks.
When I was at school the thing that I wanted to accomplish changed into something else. At that time I wanted to be a farmer because sometimes I couldn't memorize the things that our teachers asked me to memorize, I wasn't allowed to go home unless I could do it. Sometimes they even locked me in the class-room. I could see through the window that the farmers were working in their fields
freely next to our school. I wished I was one if the sweaty farmers.
In 1999 I finished my primary school and my parents wanted me to be a farmer, which means that I achieved what I thought I had wanted. I started working in our fields, and sometimes worked with some adults, such as on with my studies. I always admired the school children in my village. I worked as a farmer constructing roads and collecting fire wood. I was always sweaty like a pig and had countless blisters crowding on my palms. As a result, the thing I wanted to achieve changed again, and I decided that I wanted to carry for more than five years and within these five years I realized the value of education. But it was too late.
In 2005 when I as 20, I arrived in India and enrolled T.T.S. I started to learn how to write and read the English alphabet. In first year, in T.T.S. I hoped I would be able to communicate with foreigners when I graduated from the school, and now I can simply exchange my opinions with other people in my broken English. Recently my aim has changed yet again; I really want to be an English teacher or tour guide in Tibet.