Sibylle Petiet, a 55 year-old teacher from France

What’s the greatest lesson life has taught you?

Never surrender.

What’s most important?

What advice would you give the younger generations?

Keep hope and never surrender.

Are you worried about dying?
Not really, but I’d rather not die too soon.

When was the happiest time of your life?
When my daughter was born; she’s amazing. I’m always surprised when I see how clever she is.

And the worst?
Good question. Maybe when I realized my daughter had grown up.

What is humanity all about?

Why are there so many conflicts in the world?
Lack of hope, religion, money and George Bush.

Is a peaceful world possible?
Maybe it would be if we all gathered to throw shoes at Mr. Bush.

How old do you feel?
Old enough not to answer that question.

Is one lifetime enough?
It depends how long it actually lasts.

How has Bali changed?
Like the rest of the world, it has just evolved. There’s nothing to regret or complain about because we did it – humans did it; it was a choice.

Has tourism been good for Bali?
Good for the people, bad for the landscape.

What’s the major difference between the East and the West?
The West is upside-down!

Have you ever doubted your religion?
Yes, so I became an atheist.

I’m became an atheist because I was sure I wasn’t sure

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