The English language is quite a tricky one. Two words could sound alike but mean entirely two different things.
By means of either adding or subtracting one letter, could change a word’s definition in a split second.
Growing up as a child, I often thought that the term inspire or aspire could be used interchangeably.
Why not? … Can’t they mean the same thing?
Before we all get into a heated debate with regards to their definition, I’d like to present their varying definition, as told by Merriam Webster dictionary.
ASPIRE: : to seek to attain or accomplish a particular goal
INSPIRE: to influence, move, or guide by divine or supernatural inspiration
Although these words could mean other things depending on how it is used in a sentence, I’d like to use these definitions for my blog post.
Definition aside, I’d like to summarise my dramatic introduction with one short sentence.
I aspire to inspire.
With this, here is a brief introduction to what my blog is all about.
Writings about my aspirations in life.
Thoughts that hope to inspire others.
My aspiration to inspire various people of different walks in life.
I’d like to liken my blog to one of the most thrilling rides in an amusement park, a ROLLER COASTER.
My hopes for you, is that you would enjoy this crazy roller coaster ride with me. Rest assured that all of its content will filled with a lot of twist and turns and a hell lot of surprises.
Let us all laugh, cry, scream, and enjoy all sort of emotions together.
So will you take the plunge with me?
So before I’ll end this introductory post, I’d like to ask. . What are your aspirations? And if you were given a chance to inspire and tell your 7 year old self, what would you say?
Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton