Sai Bhaskar Reddy Nakka
How integrity helps in reaching the ultimate life goals
- 8662 Words
- Ages 8 and up
A goal is an idea of the future or desired result that a person or a group of people envisions, plans and commits to achieve. So, goal is always ahead of time and not in the present. Integrity is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles.
There is no guarantee that one one would live so many years. When, future is not predictable, so how one could plan a goal with certainty.
The goal is the ultimate means to achieve greater change. Peace, Love, Happiness, and Freedom are the fundamental building blocks which comprise goals. Spirit is the basic innate energy which should always be active in one’s life to achieve the goal. Spirit is a precursor to goal. Life without a goal is less meaningful.
Intention and initiative are necessary to realize one’s goal. Maximum performance is needed to achieve challenging goals. Goal is not something which is easily achievable. On the way of achieving goal, one would reach somewhere.
Working for oneself is not the goal. Like brushing teeth or combing hair or taking bath. These are mean things that one would do to exist on the earth.
Understanding the purpose of life at an early age makes life more valuable. Children being young may not comprehend ‘goal for the life,' they can have short-run goals. Goals can change over time and space for children, but after reaching a certain age, say between the age group 12 years and 18 years, they should understand and decide a goal and endeavour to achieve it. [more]
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