If you were reborn, which country would you wish to be born in?
I would love to be born in Korea, a beautiful country with polite,cheerful culture and good mannerism. I want to meet the Kpop idols too. No need to buy plane tickets!
Maybe Italy, because it is beautiful, and I love the language. Or Great Britain, because I love the accents.
New Zealand because of the beautiful scenery, stable climate, and diverse society.
Oh yes, New zealand, sounds like countryside to me, I would love to live there too
I'd love to go to New Zealand. Maori's are close to my heart.
Ireland. One day I will visit this land of my ancestors. They are very friendly people, very proud in that they stand up for what they believe in. They are a land of Artists, writers, music and dance. I love to watch them in the Riverdance. Enja and her sister Moya (Máire) Brennan are two singers that come to mind. Their music videos are soothing and very peaceful. The Introduction of Christianity has brought wonderful change to this beautiful land.
I would love to be born in my own country & with same religion. But, yes I would pray to God to give me more courage to rise above my own grief and bring reforms in my country and religion.
I am glad I was born in Hawaii, but just for giggles perhaps Ireland, as some of my ancestors are from there, or Palau, another beautiful South Pacific island community.
Maybe in the Netherlands because of their interesting history and great engineering as well as the windmills and tulips.
I would like to be born again in New Zealand. I am told it is today similar to how things were in England years ago. Both countries are stable and peaceful - Might I add the USA to my list? Those western names have always called to me; Arizona, Wyoming, Montana, Utah, New Mexico all places from western films watched so avidly as a young lad.
God always chooses the best for us. I wish only to live in safety and that we can live in happiness. I think safety and happiness are the demand of everyone in the world
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