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Little Girl With Ambition To Be Happy

When she was 7, she topped her school securing 98%. They called her name out loud and invited her to receive her trophy. Smiling, hugging her parents, she walked towards the stage, waving the audience. Her parents were so proud and everyone was cheering her up. She reached their, stepped up onto the stage and received her award. She was smiling broad, she was happy. Her principal asked her patting her back,

What do you want to become in future?

She looked at him, laughed and replied excitedly,

Happy, sir!



Everyone in the audience applauded and laughed at her reply. Her principal stood amazed, repeated questioning,

So, you want to become happy? and not a pilot, not a doctor, not an engineer?!

He laughed.

um-hum, yes, sir!

She replied, raising her head, looking him in his eyes, confident and happy. He looked at the audience and addressed them mentioning this little girl's ambition, how different it was and how impressed he is at the moment.

She walked down the stage, ran towards her parents, hugged them again, handed them her trophy and sat on her chair. She was carefree. She was happy. Her eyes were shining as they were looking into her happy future.

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