My first month was consumed with getting my bearings and settling in at work and home. Finding and furnishing my new place kept me pretty busy.
I was very much amazed when I read the article in the newspaper regarding this competition on 5th of March.
I have always wanted to be a pilot since I was young and till this very moment, I would still stand firm for my ambition and never, ever give up faith and hope to become a pilot to fly, and take off from the ground.
It is not just a dream, but a goal in life!
When I was in primary school, I was asked to write an essay regarding my ambition and what I want to be in the future. I can still remember writing and telling the teacher that I want to be a plane driver.
I was told by my English teacher at then Ms Lee that flying a plane requires lots of studies and having good eye sight.
She said that a pilot has great responsibility and one must not be afraid of heights. But then, the problem was not when to start realizing it, but rather, how to start realizing my ambition. Looking at people of all ages and different background working together, sending off and welcoming planes entering the runway.
I know that the airline industry is not only about the pilot alone to fly the plane, but everyone else from the management office to the ground crew. Physics and mathematical laws made flying possible, but it is the dream and passion that drives, or should I say, fly people around. That is why I want to be a pilot.
It is men above all machines, however behind it, faith and interest above all men. As much as I wanted to be a pilot, I was only able to be in a plane when I was in form 3. To others, it was nothing, but to me, it was like a dream come true part of the dream actuallya day to be noted and to be remembered, to be able to fly in an aircraft.
The flight was about 45 minutes, but at then, it was the best 45 minutes as for the first time in my life, I was able to see the fluffy clouds right below the plane, and seeing all the cars which were so tiny on the ground. From then, I realize that flying is and will be my thing.
Since the early secondary school, I have always been actively participating in class as well as co-curricular activity such as camps as well as various leadership camps.
As I am very adventurous and adaptive to the environment, I find that my dream of becoming a pilot fits perfectly into my character.
With the support from my family members, they would always encourage me to find any available opportunity for myself to join an airline and to be their cadet pilot. The course to get the ATPL and CPL is very costly and it will be very unfair for my sibling if my parents are to spend that big sum of money on me.
Although financial is the only thing that is putting the barrier between me and flying, but it will not stop me from getting there. Passion drives me around, and faith enables me to fly. With the undying faith and passion, I will be able to be a pilot one day.
But now, with the blogging competition, I will be able to get rid of the barrier, and enabling me to see clearly into my dream.Shortly after returning from Cairns, I spent a week in Melbourne (which the Aussies pronounce “Mel-bin”).
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