the most beautiful thing: aspire

I aspire to alleviate suffering in the world.
I aspire to enlightenment.
I aspire to musical stardom.
I aspire to achieving lasting love.
I aspire to fly.
I aspire to beauty.
Not necessarily in this order.
as·pi·ra·tion 

Pronunciation: \ˌas-pə-ˈrā-shən\
Function: noun
Date: 14th century
1 a: audible breath that accompanies or comprises a speech sound b: the pronunciation or addition of an aspirationalso : the symbol of an aspiration 2: a drawing of something in, out, up, or through by or as if by suction: as a: the act of breathing and especially of breathing in b: the withdrawal of fluid or tissue from the body c: the taking of foreign matter into the lungs with the respiratory current 3 a: a strong desire to achieve something high or great b: an object of such desire  

synonyms see ambition
— as·pi·ra·tion·al  \-ˈrā-sh(ə-)nəl\ adjective

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~ by HeatherArtLife on July 4, 2008.

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