If you could have the world's largest collection of ONE thing, what would it be?

@Khayam (346)
Romania
January 12, 2009 5:13am CST
Let's say that you are able to become that owner of the world's largest collection of ONE thing. What would you choose? Would it be materially valuable? Spiritually valuable?
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@Porcospino (16435)
• Denmark
12 Jan 09
I would like to have the world's largest collection of pets. I love my 6 rabbits, but if I had the chance I'd like to have lots of other pets as well. My pets are the most precious thing that I own. I am not very materialistic, and I would not like to have a large collection of cds, books, computers, clothes, phones or similar things. I don't usually collect materialistic things, I tend to give my things away when I feel that have too many things. I only want to keep the things which means the most to me, and I prefer to have relatively few things.
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@thukio16 (254)
• Philippines
12 Jan 09
hi there! if given a chance to be a worlds famous collector, i would loved to collect antiques (vase, jars, plates, etc.) but of course collecting such would require me to have lots of money. have a nice day!
12 Jan 09
Hi there, When I first read this post I thought that there would be so many ways to answer this question and I thought what would I like to have the worlds largest collection of. First of all, the worlds largest collection of money would be nice but that is never going to happy so perhaps shoes or perfume. I already collect perfume and shoes so to have the worlds largest collection would be nice! Aside from that, I think the non-materialistic things would be knowledge or understanding as I think they would be rather handy in life!
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@akiira (97)
• Australia
12 Jan 09
One thing... Maybe it's a bit too abstract but I'd want the world's largest collection of 'knowledge', so I suppose that's both materially valuable and spiritually valuable, but mostly the latter, because I'd love to be able to understand the true meanings of life, and how we were all created, and such things.
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