Rai Canting, 65, is a grandmother living in Kerobokan
Whatâ€™s the greatest lesson life has taught you?
That you have to work hard to stay alive.
Whatâ€™s most important?
Family, especially children.
What advice would you give the younger generations?
Try to stay on the right path, and pay attention to your studies â€“ thatâ€™s the way youâ€™ll succeed.
Are you worried about dying?
Yes, I am, because I have children and grandchildren and I want to see them grow up and marry.
When was the happiest time of your life?
There hasnâ€™t been one particular time I can think of. Iâ€™ve just been blessed and happy to have healthy children and grandchildren.
And the worst?
When my husband took a second wife.
Whatâ€™s humanity all about?
Itâ€™s about being close to each other and helping others.
Why are there so many conflicts in the world?
I think itâ€™s because of greed.
Is a peaceful world impossible?
Iâ€™m afraid it is â€“ again, because of greedy and also selfishness.
Are you disappointed with your life or happy at whatâ€™s happened?
Generally Iâ€™m happy. Iâ€™ve never been seriously ill and have always had enough to eat.
Has life been a battle or relative plain sailing?
I would have to say itâ€™s been a bit of a battle.
How old do you feel?
I never feel that old. I still feel young, healthy and beautiful.
How do you regard the aging process?
The only way to stop yourself from aging too quickly is to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Is there anything you still want to do?
Yes. I want to build my own house, but I donâ€™t have the money.
Is one lifetime enough?
This one, yes. But I want to be reincarnated as a happy girl. (BT/PO)