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Question » To wake up

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What might happen when we venture far from home now? Will we find that London light around the corner? Will the rain hide all the dreamers out of sight? They might not want to play our little game this time - or we could look away and miss our chance. Or maybe just a bit of something out there will remind us why we take the time to ask.

It’s a simple question and the answers can lead us anywhere. So go ahead, ask yourself…

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  1. I asked my dad this question, and he said he would want it to be 14 years ago with me my brother my sister and my mom on a Saturday morning in bed watching cartoons and fighting over the remote. Me too dad.

    Anonymous from Tulsa, OK US over 1 year ago

  2. In a bed next to someone that wont rape me.

    Amber , 13 from Havertown, PA US over 1 year ago

  3. In my grandma's arms...I miss you GG, you were the one person who loved me no matter what:,(

    Anonymous from Idaho, 34 from Homedale, ID US over 1 year ago

  4. What drives us? What drives you, or me? One quarter of our life is spent in youth, learning our way around our surroundings, another third is spent asleep. What are you doing with the rest? What would you do, if you could understand how finite that time really was? Why we choose to spend our time as we do, or how we wish we could, is solely dependent on you and your desires. It is safe to assume that all humans are connected by the same passion, the same want, the same desire. Not towards something, because at the end of the day, its not what we want that matters. What matters is why we want it, to live. Early humans had the same desires for the necessities that kept them alive, as we have for the small things that put a smile on our faces and for the deep hidden passions that get our hearts racing. So if you were to ask me: Where I'd like to wake up tomorrow. I'd say: where, it doesn't matter, it'll change from day to day and throughout my life. What matters is that I wake up there, where I'd like to.

    Jonathan, 19 from Santa Barbara, CA US over 1 year ago

  5. Where my mom is

    Michelle , 17 from Manassas, VA US over 1 year ago

  6. In a place full of all of the people that I care about, who live miles and miles away from me...

    Steephanie, 20 from Burlington, WA US over 1 year ago

  7. Next to one of my friends, in her bed.

    Kate, 16 from Gliwice, 83 PL over 1 year ago

  8. i would love to wake up in south france on the coast in a old stone house with my dog

    Paddy, 33 from Karlsruhe, 01 DE over 1 year ago

  9. I would want to wake up in my grandmother's house one last time. I miss you.

    Rose, 18 from Harriman, TN US over 1 year ago

  10. where i woke up this morning - in my boyfriend's bed, or anywhere else, as long as i was with him.

    clemmie, 20 from Leeds, H3 GB over 1 year ago