Wayan Nadri, 60, from Denpasar, sells offerings and decorations for temples. She has two children and four grandchildren.

What’s the greatest lesson life has taught you?
To be strong and try to do good for others as much as possible.

What’s most important?

My family.

What advice would you give the younger generations?
Get a good education and get a job that will give you a good future.

Are you worried about dying?
No, I’m not.

When was the happiest time of your life?
When I had my grandchildren.

And the worst?
When my father died.

What’s humanity all about?

Sharing and understanding each other, without fighting.

Why are there so many conflicts in the world?
Because people have different ways of thinking and interests. There are misunderstandings too.

Is a peaceful world possible?
I hope we can have a peaceful world but I’m not sure if it will happen.

How old do you feel?
In my 60s.

Is one lifetime enough?
This is not the only life we have. I believe in reincarnation.

How has Bali changed?

Things are a lot more expensive now.

Has tourism been good for Bali?
It has brought money to Bali but also too many buildings.

What’s the major difference between the East and the West?
I don’t think there is a big difference.

Have you ever doubted your religion?
Never.

What makes you so sure about it?

I just believe in my God and pray to him every day for my health.

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