And I ask my mother – what will I be…..

When I read the comment below from Alvaro Luna, I can’t help but having this song in my mind:

When I was just a little girl
I asked my mother
What will I be
Will I be pretty
Will I be rich……

When we were young, we were not afraid to dream, to imagine and to believe all the possbilities for our future. It’s touching to see how the World Mural Project has done a little to encourage our youth to dream a better future, hopefully that will inspire them to create a better world for all of us.

And believe me, I know this song becuase I like oldies 🙂

 

  Alvaro Luna Says:
July 8, 2008 at 5:43 pm eWhen I asked our members the question at the center of our mural, our conversation took me many years ago when my dad asked me the same and I though what a great moment in time we have today with this project.
As my single story has been part of my life but isolated from many other stories like mine, we have the opportunity today to share with members no just from our own clubhouse but from people around the world what their expectations are. We will have a chance to some day in the near 40 years to review our ideas and see what was possible; it can give us a common vision of what world we would like to have and finding ways to make it happen.
After so many movies of destruction and fears of apocalypse, there is hope to see that we can dream and strive positively for the future of mankind.

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2 Comments on “And I ask my mother – what will I be…..”

  1. froggylove Says:

    Cute. I still dream. They just arnt as big as they used to be.

  2. daniel nguyen Says:

    this song can save my friend life, after he lost all of his money in star city (casino) then he was driving to harbour bridge to kill himself, at same time he listen to this song then he changed his mind and return home with his family. In my own idea i think this song is making million, million unlucky and poor people around the world happy.


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