“The significance of a man is not in what he attains but rather in what he longs to attain…” Kahil Gibran
We all tend to measure the worth of an individual by his achievements. If a person has succeeded as a great scientist, statesman, or literary giant, we assign to him the status of great significance.
Gibran, a talented Lebanese novelist, poet and artist of the early 1900’s, suggests that a person’s aspirations are perhaps a more accurate measure of his significance. We may “attain” by chance but what we desire to attain reveals the kind of person we really are.
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