What’s one lesson you wish you could’ve learned earlier in life?

  To love more and forgive sooner.

What’s one lesson you wish you could’ve learned sooner in life?

"Being born into a comfortable life in America with opportunity and ideal circumstances doesn’t just give us the ability to help others less fortunate, it gives us the responsibility to do so."

Melissa

What’s one thing you wish you could’ve learned earlier in life?

"The only person you have to prove anything to is yourself."

Connor, from the UK

What was the most difficult experience of your life?
"The passing of my grandfather, ‘Gramps’ was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer and within less than a year he passed. He taught me that life’s too short so do what brings you happiness and always remember to share that with the world. Just laugh and be silly!! :)"
Trish

What was the most difficult experience of your life?

"The passing of my grandfather, ‘Gramps’ was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer and within less than a year he passed. He taught me that life’s too short so do what brings you happiness and always remember to share that with the world. Just laugh and be silly!! :)"

Trish

What was the most difficult experience of your life?

"By far, overcoming the car accident where I literally lost my life. I was braindead and in a coma for two weeks. But now I’m following my passion teaching and helping children with Autism, and living life to the fullest :)"

Julia, from Northern California

 What was the most difficult experience of your life?

"Growing up in a divorced household with a Mother working two jobs in order to break even and a Father who supports you financially though not emotionally."

Jacob, from California, USA

What’s one lesson you wish you could’ve learned earlier in life?
"That starting, whether it is homework or a world changing project, is the most important thing. Getting off to a perfect start isn’t as important as actually starting to do the work. Troubleshooting will come later, the kinks can be worked out along the way."
Tekoda, from Arizona, USA

What’s one lesson you wish you could’ve learned earlier in life?

"That starting, whether it is homework or a world changing project, is the most important thing. Getting off to a perfect start isn’t as important as actually starting to do the work. Troubleshooting will come later, the kinks can be worked out along the way."

Tekoda, from Arizona, USA

What’s one lesson you wish you could’ve learned earlier in life?

"That it’s OK to choose your path in life, even if it sounds stupid to others.  It’s easy to get influenced by which path to take by your teachers, your friends and your family, but fundamentally you got to follow your dream or else you will live wondering ‘what if’."

Sam, from Birmingham, UK