In this part, the Honduran trans man continues narrating how difficult it is to get money in Honduras and the desire he has, like those in the United States, to buy certain things such as clothes or shoes or some property. Also, he narrates the nostalgia of missing his grandmother and his land, Honduras. But despite the adversities, he has great hopes of getting ahead and as he says, “in the eyes of God, we are equal.” He looks to God a lot, prays a lot, so that God will guide him and show him the clearest path.