While we have learned that caregiving is not easy, the purpose of caregiving is something that may or may not be explainable. Senior living and care communities, no matter how small or big, are made of humans who deeply care about our elderly and the future of our world through aging. For many of them, they began their lives or childhoods by caring for their own grandparents or elderly figures, and for others, they developed an innate desire to be part of a community through watching someone care for their elderly. While the experience mostly experiences, many also have educational credentials in health care delivery and caregiving or have taken courses to keep up with the trends in the industry. While running a home or community may be a lifelong interest or passion, there are ample reasons to turn them into a profitable business, to expand, grow, and in doing so change the future of Geriatric care across the world. The purpose of caregiving is dual-faced, one of bringing cozy living to our aged and the other of raising industry standards through life’s simple pleasures.