It is 2030, and I am 30 years old. Just after a video conference, I stood in front of a huge floor-to-ceiling window and looked a little tired. The sun shines on me through the window, and the temperature of the sun seems to be slowly dispelling the tiredness of my body. I closed my eyes comfortably.
“Di-di.” The bell of my watch rings and a picture of my mother is shown on the face. She is contacting me through her smartwatch. In less than a second after clicking the switch button, a 3D image of my mother is projected a few meters in front of me and she is watering the flowers. The watch on my hand is a new communication device designed by my team. The device makes us feel more real about the person we are chatting with.
Then, I sat back. On my desk are two pictures side by side. The one on the right is me skiing in Switzerland a few years ago, and the one on the left is a group photo of my team and children who received help from us.
Both the decorations and the awards in the office point to my success. Yes! I belong to a group of those who are ambitious. I believe that whether it is you who are sitting at the table reading my composition or if it is me, we’ve all had hopes for the future. Mine is, just as I have described, to be a person who has had accomplishments in my career and has made contributions to society.