At the moment we are born, we cry as much as we can to announce to everyone that finally we are people to live our own life in this world. Somewhat, the way we express our sentiments as infants may not be clear as what we used to know about crying. Often, it’s about sadness, while others understand that as tears of joy. Regardless of how we know ourselves and others in their distinct ways of life and interpretation, we have our own unique way to live. Living life with all its surprising moments can be a struggle as we often understand it in the eyes of passing or failing. While in the classroom, teachers of different expertise come to teach students; while in life varied circumstances come to teach us. Each day is a class day to learn about life (no absence is allowed)— to learn about our first cries, our first dreams and our first hopes. To pass or to fail in the classroom is obvious and a measure of success; but in life— both will mean knowing what we are for. As learners in the classroom of life, when the final knowledge comes, we have reasons to cry and celebrate.