As a young adult stepping into the world of college, I know firsthand how much pressure can be put on high school graduates to not only choose a career path that will be able to provide financial support for the future, but also to seek a career that will satisfy one’s own personal desires and that will provide lifelong happiness. I find it very scary that I have to decide what I want to do for the rest of my life at age eighteen. If I could choose to do anything in the world with guaranteed stability, I would want to help others. I have always been so passionate about helping people and making others happy. There is no better feeling for me than to see a smile on someone’s face that I created. I would love to be able to someday get married, have children, and just care for them and do everything in my power to make their lives the best they can be. I want to be as involved in my children’s lives as I possibly can. I would also love to get my family involved in a charity, working in less fortunate countries, helping to educate or feed the residents. I want to show my future children how rewarding it is to help other people. Even if I could not change the outside world, I could change my family’s world, and that’s all that I could ever hope for.