It takes most people their whole lifetime to discover their purpose and why they were put on this earth. At a young age I faced trails and tribulations that lead me to make my decision. It took pain and suffering to realizing my calling, because I decided I wanted to be a teacher. Through one of the hardest times in my life, my elementary grade teachers stayed by my side and took the extra mile to help me. So if I could earn a living doing what I love most it would be teaching, any age , any where as long as can be blessing to my students. It took nostalgia to realize with out the strength, and encouragement of my teachers, my life could have ended in a different path. I am grateful for those teachers and staff members that showed love and compassion. In order to accomplish this dream I have to get through undergraduate school and receive my teaching credentials. I am currently at a community college and plan on transferring to Biola University to continue my higher level education. I believe that if education was more serious in America, we could change the world. It would not be due to lectures, field trips, homework, but the moment that those students discover their purposes, and how they can change the world. That moment is why I strive to become a teacher, so I can lead our future generations into outstanding positions and careers of their choosing.