Day 47 on Page 50 - Ruwa from Zimbabwe “I wish I did not have to go to work and could spend more time at home with my family. I’d love to set up my own business: I’d run a coffee shop to welcome people and chat to them while waiting!
Day 9 on Page 50 - Leonorah from Zimbabwe “I wish I had lots of money so that I am able to set up different projects to help people in need. I wish I did not have to go to work and thereby could have ample quality time with my family and take the kids to different activities.”
Day 21 on Page 50 - Noriko from Japan “I’d like to be proud of myself. Because of my lacking of confidence about everything here, I always tend to be shy. I also would like to be more considerate. I always think about myself and my daughter for the first though, I know some ladies here, who can pay attention to others all the time. They are so lovely. I should learn more. I should touch the genuine one.”
Day 37 on Page 50 - Sonia from Quebec “I would like to take more time for myself, that would be great! I’d like to invent a machine that would make delicious homemade meals on my command so that I can have more ‘me time’!
Day 7 on Page 50 - Stephanie from Colombia “I would like the change the life of a child in an undeveloped country, the perspectives of different races (stereotypes) and the views of the importance of God’s love.
Page 19 on Page 50 - Jenny from The Philippines “I would have liked my son to grow up surrounded by family and experience the close family ties that we have as well as the diverse traditions in our country. We just see to it to go back to the Philippines every two years for a holiday to see family and friends and indulge with food that we miss and love. As they say, there is no place like home.”
Day 28 on Page 50 - Dani from Germany “One of my favourite quotations: ‘Today I will fear nothing,Today I’ll show myself to the day, unreserved, unguarded. And dare to be happy because I want to live, because I want to live in such way that only I know and can, A life amongst billions, but mine, that says something no one else can say. The uniqueness of every life.’ from a poem by Luise Rinser.”
Day 27 on Page 50 - Stacey from England “Really, I would like to change how many hours there are in the day! As well as spending more time as a family, I also don’t feel I get much grown-up time and it would be nice to go on a few ‘dates’ with my husband and get back some of the romance we once had! There just isn’t enough hours in the day though as I also feel I would benefit from some more ‘me-time’ – just an hour or so for me and whatever I want to do – gym, sleep, shop, read –…
Day 8 on Page 50 - Jasie from India “If I had more time, I would really like to run a kidney donor awareness campaign in particular and involve my friends, family and people I know, because you see, I’ve only got one kidney.
Day 46 on Page 50 - Nargiza from Uzbekistan “I would like to be able to focus my efforts, while maintaining a positive attitude and working for a better future. I have a tendency to dwell on the negative or past events which keep me from being at my best. I know there are a lot of needs in the world and would like to be more involved in helping those less fortunate than myself.”