I graduated from the Teacher's College in Olecko, Poland. It was called The Polish Sorbonne among alumni, as all lecturers were professors, who loved what they did. They had a huge impact on me, not only as to educate on the subject, but to make me who I am today. Education was versatile. Art, music, and philosophy were as important as math, foreign languages, and psychology. Unfortunately, the school did not survive upcoming changes, and after communistic Poland collapsed, and more private schools emerged, they lost the government financing and could not compete anymore. Their principle was not to make profits but to educate young people to become independent thinkers without the burden of financial debt. I am beyond grateful for being a part of such outstanding education process, and my heart is filled with many cherished memories.