How do you want to be remembered when you die?
"Long story short, I just want to be remembered for the stories and the life events. When people come to my funeral, it's going to be everyone walking around telling stories of me."
What have you found?
"In relation to Ireland, I found that the building of a church doesn't ascribe its value. A lot of people here have a heart of gold and their building isn't to the highest level, I guess I could say. Then there are churches in America where there are heaps of electronics and projectors and other great things that a lot of other churches don't have, but they don't have half the heart people over here have. I've learned a lot about heart while being here. That's what I've found."
How can you help?
"I don't think there is one giant solution to help the world, but I want to help by just being a nice person. Just love. Just give love."
Where have you been?
"I've been to a lot of places in life. I've been to Brazil, Haiti, Mexico, and now Ireland!"
What makes you feel alive?
"My kids because it would be a different way of living without them. What keeps me going right now is my kids."
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What was the happiest moment of your life?
"When I saw Depeche Mode live and I was front row."
Are you worthy?
"Am I worthy of the afterlife? Of course not! I'm definitely nowhere near perfect and I never will be, but I am blessed to believe in something that has given me a second chance. But am I worthy of it? I don't think so. Luckily, I have a higher power that is giving me a chance. Am I worthy of the opportunities I get everyday? I don't think so either, but I've been blessed with assets and people that have been able to get me to where I am today. I don't think I deserve it. I think I got lucky. To simplify all these things, I would say that I am not worthy."
Who has had the greatest influence on your life?
"I'm going to go with a group of people. I'm going to cheat. There's several older ladies at church who've had a great influence on my life. I like how they've made mistakes and corrected them. I like how they live their lives. I like how they treat people and I want to grow up to be like them. I want to be an old lady like them and I don't think I'm halfway there yet."
Is this all there is?
"I don't think so. I mean, if you believe in Jesus, then I think your life is a lot more than face value. Aside from the general heaven and hell, there is more to your afterlife. I think a lot of the time, people are like, 'Life is life and I'm just kind of going to take things as they come and roll with it.' But I think if you live life intentionally with the mentality that there is more, then you'll have a more fulfilling life because you will be intentional and you will make your life about something more. Whether that's being passionate about a cause, a career, family, or a relationship, I think you can choose to make it more."
True love and a broken heart or never having loved at all?
"I think true love and a broken heart because I feel like when you're in a broken place you find out who you are and also how you love someone else. You find out what you need as a person, but then also how to best serve somebody else. It's like a learning experience. You learn to press forward instead of not learning at all, you know what I mean? So never having the chance to love at all would suck because it's a missed opportunity for growth."