Iluh Mudani, 60, from Kuta, is a mother of three who used to work in a rice factory and now owns a foodstall in Denpasar.

What’s the greatest lesson life has taught you?
Time will say. Let your life flow.

What’s most important?
Family and money.

What advice would you give the younger generations?

Be responsible and appreciate the gift of life.

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

When was the happiest time of your life?

When I was single and I spent time with my friends.

And the worst?

When my parents died.

What’s humanity all about?
Sharing.

Why are there so many conflicts in the world?
I will never understand why.

Is a peaceful world possible?
I don’t think so.

How old do you feel?
I feel younger than I am, around 40.

Is one lifetime enough?
I believe in reincarnation, so there’s a life after this one.

How has Bali changed?
Everything is getting too expensive. The infrastructure is better but it also makes everything a lot noisier.

Has tourism been good for Bali?
It has been good because many can find a job in tourism.

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

Have you ever doubted your religion?

No I haven’t.

What makes you so sure about it?
I believe my God has always listened to my prayers.

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