Thursday, August 29, 2013

If you could meet any historical figure...


“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”  ~Mahatma Gandhi

I have often pondered this question: If I could meet any historical figure, who would I choose? My answer has varied a lot throughout the course of my life. I must say though, that in recent years, my answer has been the same:  Mahatma Gandhi.

I have read a great deal about Gandhi over the past few years and I find his story to be absolutely fascinating. He believed strongly in expanding human being's capacity to love and to give. He also believed very strongly in devoting oneself to helping others. I find that incredibly inspirational. He believed that it was a privilege to give. What a wonderful way to think of giving.
He also was a strong believer in peace. It was his dream to see peace in the world. I can only hope that someday his dream may become a reality.

What about you? If you could meet any historical figure, who would you choose?

154 comments:

  1. I'd want to meet Jesus. Of course, I'll met him eventually anyway, so my second answer would be the Apostle Paul. He went from one extreme to the other, which is just amazing.

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  2. Gandhi was an exceptional person. I'd like to meet Shakespeare.

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  3. That's such a difficult question, there are many people I would have wanted to meet. At the top of my list however, is a seriously strong woman, Rosa Parks. I wish I could show that kind of strength when it matters.

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  4. I'd like to meet Laura Ingalls Wilder (the real one ... not Melissa! HA!) ... I was always a fan of her books, and I would have loved to live in that era!

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  5. That's a good question but a complete impossibility. There are so very many people in history whom I would have liked to meet - - from Biblical times to the present. I'd have to rent a large banquet hall to accomodate them, and probably require more than a few translators.

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  6. Jesus first, then Joseph and Mary. Shakespeare also makes my list~

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  7. I'd like to go forward into time and meet the man or woman who eventually brings peace and harmony to this raddled planet.

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  8. Ummm errr Santa? lol King Arthur? Dinosaurs? The aliens that were here posing as gods? They are figures right? And not built up in books based on supposed fact, when really humans embellish a ton. I bet if you meet any historical figure they'd only be half, if that, of what you expect from reading.

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    1. :) Don't you want to meet Jesus? ;)

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  9. This is one of those questions I can never answer, but the first name that popped into my mind was the real Laura Ingalls Wilder (just like Julie Tucker-Wolek mentioned above.) :)

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  10. I would like to meet Albert Schweitzer....theologian, musician, philosopher, and medical missionary in Afrida. With all of his talents, his longest practiced profession was medical missionary....where he did much good with hands on the poorest of people. He could have gained fame in so many fields.....but he sought to GIVE of himself rather than to take fame for himself. I admire him greatly!

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  11. There are many I wonder if history has portrayed them in their right light but now I'd like to have a conversation with Thomas Jefferson and find out what he really expected of this newly formed country.

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  12. I don't really know. I think I would like to meet anyone who is ever referenced in a speech. Whenever someone says "X would have wanted Y" I want to go back and ask whoever it was if they really want that.

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  13. My goodness, that is almost impossible. Gandhi would definitely be at the top of my list. So would MLK. But I'd also like to have met Albert Einstein (altho' I might not have understand anything he said to me, LOL).

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  14. ghandi would be a great one to visit and sit and listen, mother theresa as well....hmmm....maybe lewis and clark, i am fascinated by their adventure....

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  15. I hope a living one is ok.
    Nelson Mandela. He spent many years in prison and yet he felt no hatred at the end of it all. On the contrary he learnt the language of his oppressors so as to be able to understand them. When he was eventually freed and came to power, he sought no revenge. He tried to make the different communities respect each other and work together towards a unified South Africa.
    I realise that South Africa today is not perfect but considering the Apartheid years it could be much worse. A bloodbath was avoided and the country has one of the most advanced modern constitution.

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  16. First the creator of the Heavens and the Earth...next Frida Kahlo.

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  17. Albert Einstein - what was he thinking about when the Special Theory of Relativity popped into his head? And how did he feel about never seeing his first daughter? He's such a fascinating mix of historical and unconventional, it would be incredible to know what he was really like behind his legendary façade.

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  18. I've always wanted to meet England's Queen Elizabeth I.

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  19. this is a difficult question-I love the 1800s era-but our civil war was such a difficult time-I would love to have met Abraham Lincoln-he was common, simple man-but he had so much depth and strength too

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  20. That's a tough question. I think I'd like to meet Michelangelo.

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  21. Yes , you have a good choice, I would like to meet him too :)

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  22. What a wonderful quote, he was quite the man. I would like to meet Albert Einstein, he was much more than a genius.

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  23. Jesus, and then Queen Victoria. :) (Both I will meet in Heaven one day, but I wouldn't mind meeting them NOW.)

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  24. My first choice would be Jesus. What an honor it would be to hear him speak!

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  25. The model that sat for the MONA LISA

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  26. mother teresa popped into my mind first. but i'm not sure i'd have much conversation with her as i'd be in awe of her tiny goodness.

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    1. Mother Teresa was not a good person. She did little to eliviate the poverty and suffering of thousands of people. Do some google research to see what I mean. Belief that she was a good person with the interests of the poor and sick at the forefront of her mind and actions is a huge misrepresentation of what she actually did.

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  27. Jesus. Einstein. And Ghandi, definitely!

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  28. Queen Elizabeth the first is my choice, second would be J.R.R. Tolkein or Charles Dickens.

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    1. Tolkein and Dickens were on my list!! Jane Austen right after that.

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  29. Oh my goodness, what to answer? There are way too many. One of my choices is Mark Twain. I think a meeting with him would be so much fun! And there are so many others I'd love to meet like Mahatma Gandhi, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jesus, Albert Einstein, Leonardo Da Vinci, and on and on and on...

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  30. this one is hard to answer for me. i love history of kingdoms, so maybe the kings and queens from the past.

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  31. Most of mine would be authors... Laura Ingalls Wilder, LM Montgomery, the Bronte sisters... But also, oddly enough, I'd love to meet Secretariat, greatest racehorse who ever lived!! :)

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  32. Pretty sure he would be a MOST amazing person to meet!!

    I think I'd like to meet Moses. Can you imagine the stories he's have to tell?

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  33. Mother Teresa hands down.

    Have a terrific day. ☺

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  34. Probably Andy Warhol, and I am aware of how shallow an answer that is when I could choose Jesus or Einstein, lol.

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  35. Wouldn't we be disappointed! History has a tendency to impose what was never there that is why interpretations of people change depending on what we are thinking at the moment.

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  36. I totally agree with him, it is a privilege to give. I would love to meet Jesus, because I believe I would be meeting God.

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  37. Mary Cassatt,1844--1926 the American Impressionist from Pennsylvania would be my choice. I admire her work so much, and make no apologies for my admiration of the painter of the modern woman.
    Have a good day:)

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  38. I'd love to meet Gandhi or Mandela.

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  39. Good choice Keith. I think I'd pick Mother Theresa or Michelangelo. Two very different eras but both amazing people.

    Have a wonderful long weekend, G

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  40. Lincoln. I don't know why but I just think he was a very intelligent man and I think he had a lot interesting and witty insight into a number of things. I just feel like I would like him.

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  41. There are so many! What Christian would pass up the opportunity to meet Jesus? I'd also love to meet MLK. @ Natalie Hinkley, don't feel shallow. I would so love to meet Jim Morrison of the Doors or John Lennon.;)

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  42. Interesting question...many would be awesome to visit with but I'd have to say Christ remains at the top of my list.

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  43. I would love to meet the Dali Llama since he's still living as I love his wisdom. I know that I'll meet Jesus, Mary, Joseph and Mother Theresa when ever I kick the bucket, at least I intend to, lol...

    JB

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  44. Definitely Lincoln. Jesus is high up there on my list too :)

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  45. Eleanor of Aquitaine...a woman for all times.

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  46. Ooooh, that's a tough one! I have always been fascinated by the story of Joan of Arc, so I think I'll go with her :)

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  47. Carl Jung, James Joyce, George Orwell, Alfonsina Storni, Gabriela Mistral.

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  48. Lincoln, and so many more. But Lincoln would be high on the list.

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  49. I would love to meet Rachmaninoff, a composer of emotional capacity and musical ingenuity beyond my belief! :) I hope you have a GREAT day filled with love and laughter, dear Keith!

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  50. I have a lot of admiration for Nelson Mandela so I think that he would be high on my list too

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  51. Leonardo da vinci. And a lot of other people if possible. There are many events in history which I'd want to witness first hand. Hmm...now I wish I had a time machine!

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  52. So many people in history fascinate me- it's part of why I love history- so this is a hard question to answer. But I'd choose Jesus because I have a lot of questions, and I'd like to see how the book and the man compare.

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  53. Gandhi is a good choice, but I think I might go with Crazy Horse. Other top picks would include John Calvin, Martin Luther (the beer would be good) and Augustine.

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  54. I'd like to meet whoever thought of threading left-wheel axle nuts counter-clockwise to keep driver's-side wheels from untightening and flying off when bearings seize. Probably saved more lives than anybody.

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  55. I am sure we all at some point or the other have come across many such persons in different corners of the world personally or through some news, who may have not won a Nobel peace prize but in no way have done less for the society than those fortunate winners. One such missing laureate is "Mahatma Gandhi", a real irony of this world!!

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  56. Hey Keith,

    Don't kid yourself about Mahatma Gandhi. The dude was only trying to sell t-shirts with his photo on them! :)

    An historical figure? Why you, Keith. Dude, you are hysteria, sorry, history in the making.

    Gary :)

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  57. I would like to meet the guys that wrote and signed the constitution. I'd also like to run with the outlaws of the mid 1800's! But that's just the cowgirl in me! :)

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  58. Satchel Paige. I saw him pitch for Cleveland when I was a child. I would love to hear his stories of the Negro League days, his pitching in the majors as a 50 year old and to just enjoy his humor and insight.
    An equal choice would be to enjoy a sit down with Will Rogers.

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  59. I think I would choose Joseph from the Bible. He was a man of honor and no matter what life tossed to him, he trusted God.

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  60. It is a hard question to answer. There seems to be so many, but I think I would choose someone who could make me laugh, but no one is coming to my mind.

    I just knew people would suggest Mother Theresa. Please people, do your research about Mother Theresa.

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  61. Twain or Bukowski... Not as influential as Gandhi (especially Bukowski - completely different realm) but I find them interesting.

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  62. I'm one of the Laura Ingalls Wilder people... I traveled to the middle of South Dakota so I could walk where she walked and see what she saw; I would love to talk with her.

    This is an awesome post and discussion going on here! :)

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  63. Charles Darwin for me - and I would sail with him to the Galapagos Islands. I can think of nothing more inspiring.
    Anna :o]

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  64. Having recently learned that King Arthur was most likely fictional (rats), I'll have to go with Anne Boleyn. I want to see the woman who caused such upheaval. What did she have that King Henry couldn't get elsewhere? And I'm talking more than sexual desirability. She was reportedly highly educated, brilliant, and outgoing.

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  65. I would want to meet Jesus first and then I would love if I could meet Martin Luther King Jr, he had amazing presence and he touched me when I heard or read some of his speeches :)

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  66. I immediately thought of Mother Teresa. But I'd also like to meet Joseph Campbell. I'd love to have a conversation with him, though I would probably be too scared to say much. :-)

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  67. I like your choice but I would have to choose Georgia O'keeffe. She is afterall the reason I moved here.

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  68. I would love to meet Abraham Lincoln because I've read many antidotes about absolutely hysterical things he said and did throughout his lifetime. Although he had a sobering face, he was without a doubt the wittiest president we ever had.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  69. As a Buddhist it would have to be The Buddha.

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  70. That's a really good question. Dude, you come up with some really good hard to answer questions. But I think I'd like to meet Sigmund Freud, I imagine that a conversation with him would be very interesting.

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    1. Such a brilliant question.
      I would have to choose Swami Vivekananda...

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  72. Hi Keith - I decided on Mary Wollstonecraft and wrote a blogpost about in conjunction with Talli's Marilyn "If I could be anyone" .. and I'd like to meet her - only two hundred years apart (or so) ..but I bet she'd offer insights into times gone by ...

    Though everyone else's ideas fall into my choices too ... could never select one - unless we all meet and report back on our meetings!

    Cheers Hilary

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  73. For me, it would have to be Eleanore of Aquitaine (wife of Henry II of England).
    She was a huge inspiration to me throughout my teens...sort of taught me that a woman can be just as powerful as any man.
    And I really needed that at the time!! Haha:D

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  74. Very nice and interesting post.
    And a nice atmosphere to your blog.
    Have a nice day! Greetings!

    Patricia & Daniel

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  75. I like this question. Cleopatra, Lincoln and Elvis.

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  76. Great post - again Keith! I love your view of the world...
    My chance, would be to meet the architect of 'the Great Pyramid of Cheops'... "Say G'day, then sit down with him - share some bread and beer, then simply asking him - When?

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  77. Until this moment I couldn’t guess anyone! Absolutely Gandhi is an inspirational icon to world and glad u love his attitude.

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  78. To sit down and really talk with - the Dalai Lama. I heard him speak a couple of summers ago, I have read most of his books, he is truly inspirational. But for someone that has long been passed - Charles Darwin. Great question!

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  79. Maybe Charles Dickens or Oscar Wilde. It has to be someone related to art and literature. :)

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  80. Amantine Lucile Dupin (George Sand), Cher, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jesus, Mahatma Gandhi and The Dali Llama … interesting ponder. took a while to select … I'm still selecting ;) wouldn't that be something ...

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  81. Christ first; no one has had a greater impact upon history or mankind.

    Then, if possible, Tolstoy, James Kavanaugh, Hemmingway, Shakespeare, John Donne, DaVinci, Napoleon, Winston Churchill, Albert Schweitzer, Einstein, Alfred Hitchcock, Humphrey Bogart, Jonathan Winters, Lincoln, the Apostle Paul and Henry Cloud.

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  82. he would've been an interesting man to meet:-) i'd like to meet/have met so many people i don't even know where to begin. but sometimes it's better not to have met people you admire, as they might be a disappointment in person! x

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  83. He would have been good to meet!

    I don't know if I could just choose one person right now. I'd have to think about it for awhile.

    Some I would have liked to meet: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Salvador Dali (that would be an odd meet up!), Robert Rauschenberg, Frida Kahlo, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Audrey Hepburn, Katharine Hepburn, Rudolph Valentino, Judy Garland, and Anne Frank.

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  84. Yes Keith, I agree with you, Gandhi and Dali Llama.

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  85. beautiful
    mine has always been mark twain. no contest!

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  86. This is a fun exercise. I remember back in college, when pledging the fraternity I joined we had to interview all the brothers and alumni in the area. This interview process was the best part about pledging, we had full range of what questions we asked and this happened to be one which I used. The answers were all over the board, from sports players to actors, politicians, religious figures and the like. Personally i always find myself answering this question differently depending upon where I am at the time it's asked of me. Right now I'm really into eastern philosophy, acting technique and psychology, so I guess I would probably choose someone from within, but it would be difficult to narrow the choice to only one, so, seeing I've been reading a lot of Jung lately, I think I'll choose him tonight. Again, definitely a question that never gets outdated and is always as fun to think about the 100th time or the 1st.

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  87. Omg!!
    I find it a good exercise...quite a different post...
    M glad I stepped in here..keep blogging :)

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  88. Toss up between Frida Kahlo and Georgia O'Keefe. Painters I admire.
    Frida, to hear her tragic but enduring story. Georgia, for we have similar traits and love for New Mexico. Thank you for reminding me, Keith!

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  89. Now that is awful, having to narrow down my choices, so I am going to list three: Jesus, Mother Teresa, and Ben Franklin...

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  90. I like that philosophy of it being a privilege to give. I have been feeling fortunate lately to have people who are accepting what I've been giving.

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  91. I'm reading the thick tome that is the Last Lion - Winston Churchill is at the top of my list

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  92. I am just too happy, you chose an Indian figure.:)

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  93. Interesting question, there are so many people it would be interesting to meet....

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  94. Ghandi is a good choice; would he fit into our world today?

    For me it would have to be somebody less idealistic, civil disobedience would meet with a hail of rubber bullets in this country. Why is it so hard to think of someone with genuine power who is also good through and through?

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  95. Ghandi really would be incredible. I just got home from India where I was able to learn a bit more about him--he definitely would be interesting to meet.

    Even still, my answer is Princess Diana. Her beauty and elegance on top of being princess, as well as the many little things that trail with her. I just melt at the thought of meeting her :)

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  96. I always love Mother Teresa Keith, realy love her:)

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  97. Gosh there are so many. Jesus. Mother Teresa. C.S.Lewis. Apostle Paul.

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  98. There are so many great men and women I'd like to meet.
    I bet ol' Ben Franklin was a hoot.

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  99. It's difficult to name one ... there are a lot of historical heroes I would love to meet :-)

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  100. Darwin I think.

    But if the option was to meet a person who has died, I think I'd some of my family members that died when I was young.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  101. Perhaps, I would choose Margaret Thatcher.

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  102. Hmm...This is such a hard question! I think I'd want to go back and meet the founding fathers. I'd be like "Dudes, this is what the world is going to look like 200 years after the constitution...so let's write some stuff in there to combat the crazy, k?"

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  103. I would say Jesus but I'm going to meet him eventually I suppose. Plus, I don't speak Aramaic. Soooo...
    I'll settle for Abraham Lincoln. He was a fascinating character and I'd like to talk things over with him.
    And I'd tell him to stay away from Ford's Theater.

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  104. Gandhi would be a wonderful person to spend time with. What a beautiful soul.

    I'm going to second your choice. ;)

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  105. Great choice and I would pick the same person, Ghandi!

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  106. Ghandi and Mother Theresa are two people I'd love to chat with, but asking me to pick just one person from the past? That's cruel and unusual. I mean, I study history, you know?

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  107. He isn't historical I guess but I'd like to meet Richard Feynman, he was great craic and maybe he could explain some physics to me!

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  108. I think Sylvia Plath, Elizabeth Siddal or Granuaile , but Gandhi would definitely be a cool person to meet too!

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  109. I'd like to see the Buddha, Muhammad and Jesus in one place and ask them all kinds of questions.

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  110. Rumi's poetry really moves me, so I'd like to meet him.
    Also, Jimmy Carter. He has always seemed to be to be incredibly intelligent, generous, and kind, which is very rare for a politician- he just fascinates me!

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  111. Mahatma Gandhi- Father of my nation :)

    I'd like to meet Bhagat Singh.. yeah definitely him.

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  112. Really enjoyed reading all the answers this morning and also want to thank you for your visits to my blog. I am looking forward to the next question you ask. Smiles.

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  113. he is up in heaven pinching all of the angels bums! LOL! and he is happy. for he is without the constraints of this world, and he can sit on his chair all day and read.

    :0)

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  114. Oh this is a hard one...there are so many I'd like to meet. Jesus, Abraham Lincoln, Mark Twain, L.M. Montgomery, and the list goes on!

    Happy September!

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  115. I think I'd like to meet Robert E. Lee to ask him if he knew then what he later would see, would he have chosen to fight at all.

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  116. if everyone could take a place at my table, i would serve you up the meanest butter chicken and poison the lot of YOU! LOL!

    :0p

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  117. Gandhi indeed.
    The time I read about satyagraha, it made me proud of the choices he made.
    The way says you've got to not react and what for the concise of the wrongdoer to realise it, when he does, he'll change what he's doing, 'cause he believed that the good in everyone exists. How beautiful.

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  118. Wow,

    Where to begin... But if you had to ask me, Keith, (and you did, DUH!) I would go with U.S. Army Maj. Richard "Dick" Winters, the original C.O. of the "Band of Brothers" made famous by the HBO series.

    An amazing man who, long after the war, was asked by his grandson if he was a hero. Maj. Winters said (and I paraphrase), "No, son. I wasn't a hero - but I served with a company of heroes..."

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  119. Gosh, that's hard. Gandhi is really good but I would also want to sit down and talk to Jesus.

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  120. yikes...hard to narrow it down...but as an artist, I'd love to have taken a painting workshop with John Singer Sargeant.

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  121. Growing up, my dream was always to meet Dick Van Dyke... and he's still alive, so I guess it's not too late... !!! Though I think I would've liked to have met George Balanchine--he's a hero of mine in so many ways...

    Can you imagine the world if we all thought it was a privilege to give??? Gosh, things would be A LOT different...

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  122. Hi Keith, just stopping in to see what's new.

    I've got some free Kindle book promos coming up, stop by:

    www.myreallifereviews.com

    for all the info!

    Happy Mid-Week, G

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  123. Queen Elizabeth I - a pretty fascinating character, in my opinion.

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  124. I wish I could say for sure as you have! Just when I think I've settled on who I'd pick, someone else springs to mind! Maybe it could be a dinner party with a few?! :)
    --Sarah

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  125. It would probably be a physicist from the Manhattan Project. Off the cuff, I'm undecided on which one. Great question, Keith. And wonderful answer, too.

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  126. Brilliant question..
    I'm sure that my 1st choice is "Lord Buddha"..

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  127. It would be definitely be Mahatama Gandhi.

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  128. Mine would be Katherine Hepburn. I would love a long conversation with her.

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  129. Oh... what a coincidence! Mahatma Gandhi fascinates me as well. I would love a conversation with Mother Teresa also,

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  130. I have thought and thought about this even while on vaca...still trying to narrow it down, but kind of considering Mark Twain

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  131. Ludwig van Beethoven. He has always been my answer to that question. I have loved Beethoven since I was five or six years old. My sister had a tape with a story called "Beethoven Lives Upstairs" and that's the only reason that I can think of because I actually didn't like classical music for the longest time, but there was something about Beethoven. And the more I learned about him, the more I loved him. I think his life story is amazing and inspiring. I was able to visit his gravesite the first time that I visited Austria and it was a highlight of that trip. Well, there's another part to that story that makes it such a highlight, but even without it, just seeing his gravestone would have been an amazing moment. I have to admit, I shed a few tears and then blinked them all back to have a picture taken.

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  132. I definitely think I would choose someone who would "enlighten" and inspire. Otherwise, it would almost be a waste...Ghandi would definitely top my list.

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  133. Happy to hear that. But sadly Indians have completely shoved of the principles of this great man to the back burner. I am an Indian by the way.

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  134. of course it might be the difficult question but without any iota of doubt i would say the Holly Prophet Peace Be Upon Him! might i could see him, believed upon him at first sight and got the assurance to be entitled for the all pardon on the day of judgement

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