If given a choice, where would you want to be born?
• United States
15 Sep 07
I don't know that the USA is cool but we have freedom and we have choices. We have beautiful scenery and we have due process of the law. We have many things that need to be addressed but this is the only country I have known and I am proud to be here. As a woman, I can do anything I want - any job, wear what I want, have equal say in things. Many countries don't give those things to women.
26 Sep 07
i should say my own country and that would make me patriotic. but honestly it doenst matter for me if im born in any other country coz i'd still be patriotic to the place where my roots have come from. i wish i was born in italy or canada or australia. countries which gives much to time to families, that supports growing families. how i wish this had happend to my baby, coz that way, the government would help rear my child with the laws they make that is truly advantageous to families.
26 Sep 07
Given a free rein to choose, the country that I would select to be born in is the United States of America. I have been fortunate enough to have had a brief visit to New York, and excitement, 'cut and thrust' (which I love), educational experience, and a cosmopolitan experience are all clearly in existence. I would love it because there are always plenty of challenges, loads of things to do.
18 Sep 07
I dream about being born in Europe. I think its either Italy or England. I think these are fantastic places I want to explore. The culture also very rich. And I think that people are also warm and they have values I like. I think that in my past life, I've been born in these places...but well, anyway, just part of the dream. Lol! Nevertheless, since I was born in the Philippines, I now take the challenge of being a citizen in this country. There is so much to be proud of in this country aside from the wonderful islands, the people are very hospitable and jovial...and though politics is rather dirty here, the ordinary people enjoy camaraderie with each other.