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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. Tomorrow, I'd like to wake up in a decent house in the US with all of my family and find out that we've been living there for quite a while, know that I'm actually taking up photography and on my way to graduating. I'd like to remember that this life I'm in now is just a dream, a confusing yet somehow logical dream about an alternate life I could be living in.

    Joana, 19 from Quezon City, F2 PH over 4 years ago

  2. I would wake up in the house I grew up in, the way it used to be. A once happy family and not divorced parents.

    Anonymous, 18 from Brookings, SD US over 4 years ago

  3. I would want to wake up with the love of my life beside me. Worry free and happy.

    Anonymous from Pittsburgh, PA US over 4 years ago

  4. Next to the only two people in the world who make me feel unafraid of the world. It doesn't matter where, as long as they're there.

    Jessica, 16 from Hagerstown, MD US over 4 years ago

  5. I don't really want to wake up tomorrow.

    Craig, 38 from Wichita, KS US over 4 years ago

  6. Tomorrow, I'd like to wake up single. Alone. In my own apartment. I'd like to wake up being 27 years old and pursuing my dreams. I wish I'd made a different choice. I wish I'd been taught better values. I wish birth control didn't fail. I wish I hadn't found a good man. I wish I'd never gotten married. I wish I'd never had my second child. Tomorrow, I want to wake up and just be me. I've never gotten to experience what that's like. Girls, sex is beautiful and worth it, but when you wait and let it be the special amazing thing its meant to be when you're mature enough to handle the consequences, both positive and negative, your life will be so much better. I wish I could love being someone's mother. Because of my choices early in life, I'm not sure I ever will.

    Bri, 27 from US over 4 years ago

  7. Debt free and content.

    Mariah, 35 from Beaverton, OR US over 4 years ago

  8. In a small town in America

    Rebecca , 16 from Southampton, M4 GB over 4 years ago

  9. 10 years from now. In an attic bedroom with the love of my life with the sun pouring in.

    zoe, 19 from Minneapolis, MN US over 4 years ago

  10. I dreamed I was at a picnic with great food, sunshine and green grass. All my relatives and friends and cousins were there. We were eating and laughing and having a great time. But mostly laughing. And suddenly after a long while I realized they had all passed-on. And I got confused. Was I dead too? Why was I here with them? I woke up crying. I went from laughing to crying. Because I miss them all so much. So, I'd like to wake up and be in Heaven just for 24 hours so I can see all my friends, cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents..and we can all laugh again.

    Mary M. Florida. , 52 from Pompano Beach, FL US over 4 years ago