If you could be any other person for a day, who would you be and what would you do?
Great question - perhaps more revealing than the 'who would you like to have dinner with?' one.
Personally, though I should probably say someone like Gandhi, or Isaac Newton, or Elizabeth I, would like to be Peter Pan for the day. I don't know, there's just something about flying without the aid of a man-made machine that really grabs me. A bit of fairy dust, a happy thought, Bob's your uncle, you're flying. And I'd really like to fight pirates too - the proper old-fashioned ones, swashing their buckles and swabbing their decks. And who wouldn't want to be a kid forever? See, you say a day, but a day as Peter Pan would last forever, so I suppose that's kind of cheating.
I'd probably want to be my grandfather and see the world through his eyes. He has taught me so much and im just fascinated by his way of thinking in general.
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