Thursday was our last day at Kalksteinfontein primary school. My colleague, Felicia (top right), and I returned to the fourth grade class we were in Tuesday and Wednesday. Felicia and I taught an English lesson which we began by sharing information about our lives in America. We ended our lesson by having our learners write letters to Felicia's American students. Thursday, in the midst of sharing about my life, helping students write in English, beat boxing and taking pictures during breaks, and sharing my contact information with a bustling crowd of students, a lesson continued to form in my heart. This lesson has been about love and impact. It began to form when I first met 11 year old LeeAnn on the plane two weeks ago and witnessed how she immediately began to look up to Melissa. It developed when I stood before 10th graders at Stanza Bopape Secondary school last week and has continued to form through my multiple interactions with hundreds of South African learners and multiple school visits throughout the course of this trip. Teachers have a noble job. Each day, teachers have an opportunity to impact young minds that will impact the world. In addition, despite the challenges my country may face, America is still admired by many. Many Americans, especially those filled with love, have an opportunity to impact the lives of people, young and old, in other countries.