Suzan Hoyle, 61, is a nursing home care worker from Adelaide, Australia.
Whatâ€™s the greatest lesson life has taught you?
Weâ€™ve got to be honest. Whatâ€™s most important?
Respect for the environment.
What advice would you give the younger generations?
Have respect for others; donâ€™t take drugs or drink alcohol.
Are you worried about dying?
No, Iâ€™m not.
When was the happiest time of your life?
In my younger years, I had many family and friends around me. We had a lot of contact and I felt close to them.
And the worst?
When I feel older, when I feel more tired.
Whatâ€™s humanity all about?
Supporting your loved ones, working hard, peace and happiness.
Why are there so many conflicts in the world?
Money, greed and selfishness.
Is a peaceful world impossible?
It could be possible but maybe it will take a very long time.
Are you disappointed with your life or happy at whatâ€™s happened?
I am happy.
How old do you feel?
Thirty years old.
Is there anything you still want to do?
Yes, but I donâ€™t know what it is.
Is one lifetime enough?
I think we have no option about that, but I really want to have a new lifetime in Bali.Filed under: LifeTimes