I stopped a diverse handful of strangers on the streets of London and asked them a few questions about happiness.
I wanted to show that what we have in common with one another is more important than what divides us.
“Happiness to me is when people can live together and love each other” – Rocky Campbell, 69 years old
“I want peace in the world, I want the wars to end and everyone to respect each other.” – Ahmed, 60 years old
“Everyone should be happy, even animals should be happy, the whole planet should be happy.” – Millie, 29 years old
“We’re not all rich, we’re not all very very healthy, but we have to be in the moment and enjoy what we have.” – Selma, 39 years old
“Always think positive, don’t think negative at all. Everything happens for a reason, so just don’t be afraid, just go for it and try to smile.” – Amjad, 25 years old
“Always put a smile on your face even if you’re not happy, that’s what I do.” – Natalie, 33 years old
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