Question of the day

What person from history would you like to meet?  Why?

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10 Responses to Question of the day

  1. SKL says:

    I’d love to have a deep chat with Mother Teresa. She is my all-time favorite inspiration, and I’d like to see if she had any particular insights to share.

  2. Joy says:

    When I was a child I was fascinated with Abraham Lincoln. I know the stories were probably really exaggerated but I loved how he lived in a log cabin and loved that he walked so far to school. I love how he loved to read and I loved his compassion.

    I also really had appreciation for Florence Nightingale. I just loved reading books about her and for a long time I wanted to be a nurse.

  3. Ellen says:

    I do not know, the only person from my own history (which is not the question, I know), is my mom. Just to tell her quickly that the last 27 years, since she died, I missed her terribly and that she is the person, I admire the most. Also, I would ask her, if she knows how we, her children are doing. And that she can be proud of her children, the way she raised them into adulthood.
    I realize, this wasn’t completely the question.

  4. lucy says:

    I think it would be fascinating to have a cup of tea with Eleanor Roosevelt 🙂

  5. Nikki says:

    I need to think about this one. I don’t want to answer, just to answer. I’ll be back later!

  6. Just a Mom says:

    This is a tough one. For me it changes as time goes by. Right now I think I would like to have a nice chat with John F. Kennedy. I would love to know what his opinion is on how his party has changed since his death.

  7. mssc54 says:

    I’m going to have to go with Jesus The Christ. Then Moses… can’t imagine walking around the desert for forty years with a bunch of complaining ppl who wished they had their old place back. lol

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