Spreading Languages

Scholarship Entrant: Karen from Whittier, CA
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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When it comes down to thinking that one person in society can change the world most people get amazed but to think that your own self may be able to change something in this world we think it is somewhat impossible. Why should we think it is impossible when in reality we can be capable of achieving anything we want as long as we put our effort into it? Now to imagine that I can change the world by doing something I truly love, I think this would be an ideal dream come true. If I would be able to make a difference by doing the job I love the most it would definitely be teaching languages worldwide. How beautiful would it be to spread languages across multiple countries and see how everybody communicates not only through one language but several? I would love to see how many cultures and traditions combine and share what they have proudly held onto since their past generations. I would be extremely content and satisfied that I made a difference in several foreign groups and taught them valuable lessons in languages so they can be able to communicate not only within themselves but with foreigners as well. This would be my ideal way to change the world by giving people the chance to educate and upgrade themselves.

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