We talk a lot about teachers, teaching tools, and practices. And what about students? Education is necessary for a person not only to gain a certain amount of knowledge - but also, speaking in a human sense, to become happier. But to achieve happiness, you must embrace the end result of all true learning - a change. Changes in the world's view, in understanding yourself, changes in the goals you set, and ultimately, the quality of life. What place do our students give English lessons in this picture of the world? Does it become an educational experience for them, opening up new possibilities - or does it become a burden that blocks the journey towards the goal? And how do we, as teachers, build a dialogue with students about their journey to a new quality of life?