Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates

Nobel Laureates Have Their Say

During autumn 2010, ten Nobel Laureates have answered seven questions ranging from admiration, hopes, inventions, accomplishments to what they are doing to make the world a better place. A new question and answer will be posted during the next several months.


How are you making the world a better place? Have your say!


Have Your Say!

Here are the answers from visitors:

"Speaking truth to power and engaging humanity for a humane society."
/Onuchi Onoruoiza Mark from Nigeria on 13 June 2013
"start it with yourself:"
/elvie timbreza from Philippines on 13 June 2013
"To complain less, and to always be grateful. When you are able to make peace with yourself, you can make peace with others."
/Yanti from Sweden on 12 June 2013
"Sometimes you feel comfortable in your own little bubble, yourrr ownn little island. You don't affect anyone, and nothing affects you. You do your daily routine oblivious to what happens over the border. Nothing matters except you. But that's all wrong"
/Yasmin from United Kingdom on 3 June 2013
"hi i try to pick up trash and tell poeple to pick there things up think that we should be able to do thing better"
/antonia from United States on 21 May 2013
""every human being should perform his on duty""
/chandan singh from India on 21 May 2013
"Be the change you want to see in the world. Treat others how you want to be treated. Help everyone you can, but don't forget making yourself a better person."
/SwagBoyZ from United States on 15 May 2013
"By listening to children's thoughts when i tell them a story or two about one of the inventions. I guess, personally for me, its motivating these young kids for science, rather than mythological inspirations which is usually fed to kids in India. I hope some of these kids rise up to think and act logically and strive for a better planet."
/Santoshkalyan Rayadhurgam from India on 12 May 2013
"spreading free education"
/surabhi from India on 2 May 2013
""NUCLEAR POWER: AS THE NUMBER ONE GREATEST INVENTION" NUCLEAR POWER is perhaps one of the greatest invention of all times since Genesis. SInce Exodus. National Energy Policy in Malaysia. Although the National Energy Policy calls for a meaningful research and development of critical mass energy -which includes nuclear-based energy- it has left open the nuclear sustainability equation within the Renewable Energy(RE) paradigm. Unless there is a better RE option, nuclear energy will be antic"
/JEONG CHUN PHUOC from Korea,South on 24 April 2013
"By helping others financially while inspiring them to realise that they have it within them to beat poverty, boost their self esteem, succeed and then turn around to do the same to others who are less fortunate."
/John F Bedeau from Grenada on 20 April 2013
"think peace ~ meditate peace ~ make it all about peace"
/truthing from United States on 14 April 2013
"Trying to Help Mentally Handicapped People as many as possible. Its my Dream n Passion."
/RAJA ALN from India on 11 April 2013
"part 2 thanks 500 characters... I share with others in the hopes we can connect on a personal and in an instinct human way. I try to find the good in all people I meet, even if initially I think they suck. What am I really doing? Working hard trying to give us better life, with the secret hope at my photo will be on this site someday as a Professor of Microbiology and Ultimate maker of Peace, maybe wizard too if I find the time"
/Caitlin from United States on 10 April 2013
"Procrastinating a college because I am sure these messages never get read. I think that I am making the world a better place one small step a time by being an imperfect human being. I try to be positive but a 20 year old working class hero, supporting herself as a full time college student, makes it hard to be the optimist. In my life I have made many mistakes but I try to be good to others and value the friendships that I have. I share with others in the hopes we can connect on a personal and i"
/Caitlin from United States on 10 April 2013
"By the expression of Love to as many number as possible. Also, by teaching every member the significance of Love, and it's importance in peace making"
/Tèmilolúwa Olórunlànà from Nigeria on 8 April 2013
"world being a perfect place i s a matter of perspective ."
/on 7 April 2013
"By trying to keep humanity staying human."
/Bhathei Kumar from Argentina on 7 April 2013
"I read all the people who received the Noble prize. But i am very supreise to see that there are very few persons who's are Asian. There are many urdu poets of india and specially pakistan Aallama iqbal, mirza ghalib . faiz Ahmed Faiz and other poets. These peoples not nominated for the noble prize beause the wirtng all of there poety in urdu? That it is necessary a person who is writing in English is nominated for this award? it's very starnge. try to translate mirza ghlaib poetry into english"
/Shahbaz shah from Pakistan on 4 April 2013
"Just don't harming others"
/on 3 April 2013
"Can we remove darkness and keep only happiness? To be in the dark or light is ones choice. When I am in the class I can clearly see the emerging future in the face of the students listening. And I am sure the creator never wanted a garden of roses only.Weeds among the crops is the choice of nature. Can you appreciate light without the presence of darkness? Can Buddha, Jesus, do any other things than what THEY did? I want to know the power that drives me to do what I am doing."
/k m peter mathew from India on 31 March 2013
"By writing a play for young people about a character who is homosexual, how he gains acceptance but more importantly, how he learns to overcome his own prejudices."
/Georgette Gantner from United States on 30 March 2013
""Doing gooD and staying good""
/Govinda Akela from Nepal on 30 March 2013
"contribute on physical information theory which can make technology."
/Carlos Miguel Amezcua Ruiz from Mexico on 28 March 2013
"By having lunch with father, mother,and family members. comunicating with each other and sharing problems. Chin oi nyuk"
/oi nyuk from Malaysia on 18 March 2013
"with my very existence"
/tha baws from Aruba on 17 March 2013
"Being a friend."
/Tim Cox from United States on 17 March 2013
"" A kind word, a gentle smile, a soft touch on the shoulder, and just showing positive energy makes a tremendous difference. You were created for this--to be a winner!""
/Alisha Broughton from United States on 12 March 2013
"I am recycling."
/Maya from United States on 8 March 2013
"i am spreading a thought "DO NOT COUNT NUMBER OF HEADS ,BUT COUNT THE CONTENTS IN IT...!!!""
/Gaurav Patil from India on 6 March 2013
"I feel if you have a positive outlook on life you will be able to "transmit" those positive vibes on to the next person. It is much easier to pass a smile on along than it is to send a frown. People, I think, like to be around happy people. Don't pass on your worries, I have enough of my own however I will take your smile. I am happy."
/Irene Bernadette Kelly from Canada on 5 March 2013
"I am an educator in a children's science museum. If I can, in some way convince the next generation that learning can be exciting and fun, then they will have the tools to make the world a better place."
/Heather from United States on 4 March 2013
"country rather the whole world needs direction to change frame of mind of persons"
/gaurav patil from India on 4 March 2013
"country rather the whole world needs direction to change frame of mind of persons"
/gaurav patil from India on 4 March 2013
"By understanding that "I" exist because "you" exist."
/on 28 February 2013
""We can make our world a better place if we know WHO we are (knowing ourselves), WHY we are in this world (our purpose of existence as humans), and DO our DUTIES accordingly.""
/Yeasir Ahmed Milan from Bangladesh on 27 February 2013
"Don't be afraid to use your voice and your vote. Democritizing the world for human rights is the most humane form of government, because we are all allowed to think freely, and believe what we wish. Letting Gays and Lesbians marry is important in believing that love makes us all equal. Write to your government, and demand education on human rights. We need more health care, education, food, housing, expression, and employment in a society that praises freedom, equality, and justice. Be kind!"
/Ruben Santos Claveria from United States on 21 February 2013
"I do hereby recommend His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan, due to his philanthropic services in the fields of Education, Health and disaster Management through AKDN/ Focus Humanitarian Assistance. He and Mr. Regan have been involved in peace process in USSR, plus his service for peace in Afghanistan and Pakistan which is highly appreciated."
/Barkat Ali from Pakistan on 20 February 2013
"We are making the world a better place by mailing Bibles to one family in need at a time. "
/Lawrence from United States on 20 February 2013
"Prove all things. First, prove the existance of God. Science "Let me explain the problem science has with religion ."The atheist professor of philosophy pauses before his class and then asks one of his new students to stand. 'You're a Christian, aren't you, son?' 'Yes sir,' the student says. 'So you believe in God?' 'Absolutely ' 'Is God good?' 'Sure! God's good.' 'Is God all-powerful? Can God do anything?' 'Yes' 'Are you good or evil?' 'The Bible says I'm evil.' The professor grins knowingly. 'Aha! The Bible! He considers for a moment. 'Here's one for you. Let's say there's a sick person over here and you can cure him. You can do it. Would you help him? Would you try?' 'Yes sir, I would.' 'So you're good...!' 'I wouldn't say that.' 'But why not say that? You'd help a sick and maimed person if you could. Most of us would if we could. But God doesn't.' The student does not answer, so the professor continues. 'He doesn't, does he? My brother was a Christian who died of cancer, even though he prayed to Jesus to heal him. How is this Jesus good? Can you answer that one?' The student remains silent. 'No, you can't, can you?' the professor says. He takes a sip of water from a glass on his desk to give the student time to relax. 'Let's start again, young fella. Is God good?' 'Er..yes,' the student says. 'Is Satan good?' The student doesn't hesitate on this one.. 'No.' 'Then where does Satan come from?' The student falters. 'From God' 'That's right. God made Satan, didn't he? Tell me, son. Is there evil in this world?' 'Yes, sir.' 'Evil's everywhere, isn't it? And God did make everything, correct?' 'Yes' 'So who created evil?' The professor continued, 'If God created everything,then God created evil, since evil exists, and according to the principle that our works define who we are, then God is evil.' Again, the student has no answer. 'Is there sickness? Immorality? Hatred? Ugliness? All these terrible things, do they exist in this world?' The student squirms on his feet. 'Yes.' 'So who created them ?' The student does not answer again, so the professor repeats his question. 'Who created them?' There is still no answer. Suddenly the lecturer breaks away to pace in front of the classroom. The class is mesmerized. 'Tell me,' he continues onto another student. 'Do you believe in Jesus Christ, son?' The student's voice betrays him and cracks. 'Yes, professor, I do.' The old man stops pacing. 'Science says you have five senses you use to identify and observe the world around you. Have you ever seen Jesus?' 'No sir. I've never seen Him.' 'Then tell us if you've ever heard your Jesus?' 'No, sir, I have not.' 'Have you ever felt your Jesus, tasted your Jesus or smelt your Jesus? Have you ever had any sensory perception of Jesus Christ, or God for that matter?' 'No, sir, I'm afraid I haven't.' 'Yet you still believe in him?' 'Yes' 'According to the rules of empirical, testable, demonstrable protocol, science says your God doesn't exist... What do you say to that, son?' 'Nothing,' the student replies.. 'I only have my faith.' 'Yes, faith,' the professor repeats. 'And that is the problem science has with God. There is no evidence, only faith.' The student stands quietly for a moment, before asking a question of His own. 'Professor, is there such thing as heat? ' ' Yes. 'And is there such a thing as cold?' 'Yes, son, there's cold too.' 'No sir, there isn't.' The professor turns to face the student, obviously interested. The room suddenly becomes very quiet. The student begins to explain. 'You can have lots of heat, even more heat, super-heat, mega-heat, unlimited heat, white heat, a little heat or no heat, but we don't have anything called 'cold'. We can hit down to 458 degrees below zero, which is no heat, but we can't go any further after that. There is no such thing as cold; otherwise we would be able to go colder than the lowest -458 degrees. Everybody or object is susceptible to study when it has or transmits energy, and heat is what makes a body or matter have or transmit energy. Absolute zero (-458 F) is the total absence of heat. You see, sir, cold is only a word we use to describe the absence of heat. We cannot measure cold. Heat we can measure in thermal units because heat is energy. Cold is not the opposite of heat, sir, just the absence of it.' Silence across the room. A pen drops somewhere in the classroom, sounding like a hammer. 'What about darkness, professor. Is there such a thing as darkness?' 'Yes,' the professor replies without hesitation. 'What is night if it isn't darkness?' 'You're wrong again, sir. Darkness is not something; it is the absence of something. You can have low light, normal light, bright light, flashing light, but if you have no light constantly you have nothing and it's called darkness, isn't it? That's the meaning we use to define the word. In reality, darkness isn't. If it were, you would be able to make darkness darker, wouldn't you?' The professor begins to smile at the student in front of him. This will be a good semester. 'So what point are you making, young man?' 'Yes, professor. My point is, your philosophical premise is flawed to start with, and so your conclusion must also be flawed.' The professor's face cannot hide his surprise this time. 'Flawed? Can you explain how?' 'You are working on the premise of duality,' the student explains. 'You argue that there is life and then there's death; a good God and a bad God. You are viewing the concept of God as something finite, something we can measure. Sir, science can't even explain a thought.' 'It uses electricity and magnetism, but has never seen, much less fully understood either one. To view death as the opposite of life is to be ignorant of the fact that death cannot exist as a substantive thing. Death is not the opposite of life, just the absence of it.' 'Now tell me, professor. Do you teach your students that they evolved from a monkey?' 'If you are referring to the natural evolutionary process, young man, yes, of course I do.' 'Have you ever observed evolution with your own eyes, sir?' The professor begins to shake his head, still smiling, as he realizes where the argument is going. A very good semester, indeed. 'Since no one has ever observed the process of evolution at work and cannot even prove that this process is an on-going endeavor, are you not teaching your opinion, sir? Are you now not a scientist, but a preacher?' The class is in uproar. The student remains silent until the commotion has subsided. 'To continue the point you were making earlier to the other student, let me give you an example of what I mean.' The student looks around the room. 'Is there anyone in the class who has ever seen the professor's brain?' The class breaks out into laughter. 'Is there anyone here who has ever heard the professor's brain, felt the professor's brain, touched or smelt the professor's brain? No one appears to have done so... So, according to the established rules of empirical, stable, demonstrable protocol, science says that you have no brain, with all due respect, sir.' 'So if science says you have no brain, how can we trust your lectures, sir?' Now the room is silent. The professor just stares at the student, his face unreadable. Finally, after what seems an eternity, the old man answers. 'I Guess you'll have to take them on faith.' 'Now, you accept that there is faith, and, in fact, faith exists with life,' the student continues. 'Now, sir, is there such a thing as evil?' Now uncertain, the professor responds, 'Of course, there is. We see it Every day. It is in the daily example of man's inhumanity to man. It is in The multitude of crime and violence everywhere in the world. These manifestations are nothing else but evil.' To this the student replied, 'Evil does not exist sir, or at least it does not exist unto itself. Evil is simply the absence of God. It is just like darkness and cold, a word that man has created to describe the absence of God. God did not create evil. Evil is the result of what happens when man does not have God's love present in his heart It's like the cold that comes when there is no heat or the darkness that comes when there is no light.' The professor sat down. If you read it all the way through and had a smile on your face when you finished, mail to your friends and family with the title 'God vs. Science' PS: The student was Albert Einstein. Albert Einstein wrote a book titled 'God vs. Science' in 1921...."
/John Power from United States on 13 February 2013
"Trying to spread smile around me and spreading positive energy."
/Aastha Chaurasia from Nepal on 5 February 2013
"I hope to be able help people to do their Human Revolution through education. Education makes people happy and independent. I hope to work in educating the mind because it is this that is termed as the treasure for all"
/Arpita Goswami from India on 29 January 2013
"World Peace is possible, if we can reduce poverty, hunger, destitution, injustice, inequality and debt of one billion of people. We have to ensure food security, good governance and justice to all. We have to protect environment and women"
/Professor Suresh Chandra Mallick from India on 28 January 2013
"do that work which is always fresh and ever lasting in the world"
/shahzad langah from Pakistan on 25 January 2013
"Helping friends get out of domestic violence by building up their confidence and enabling them to see that Domestic Violence is all Lies! Showing the World that Victims will Win."
/Robyn from United States on 15 January 2013
"By cleaning it ."
/on 8 January 2013
/DR.SOMASHEKHAR.V.PATIL from India on 17 December 2012
"Justice for the Innocent; a universal Humanright! A world Without torture; an Compromiseless United Nation against Torture and unjustice is needed!"
/Justin MUSILIKARE on 11 December 2012
"By living a God centered life and praying. Everything else I do is secondary to an extent and driven by those first principles of obedience to and relationship with God."
/from United Kingdom on 11 December 2012
"No more wars and terrorisms.......stop all kinds of corruption.....drug addictions and alcohol abuse, stop all kinds of discrimination as well criminalities. Then we can live a better place to live."
/on 9 December 2012
"By organizing every ability at their village doors."
/mahesh yagnik from India on 6 December 2012
"By doing the best i got to make it better"
/on 14 November 2012
/Tre jones from Armenia on 12 November 2012
""It's not how fast you reach your goal, but the continued movement forward""
/Pamela Dove from United States on 12 November 2012
"by love and respect the other"
/bouguerra zakaria from Algeria on 5 November 2012
"i have solved the riddle of dark matter"
/ronald mayer from Canada on 30 October 2012
"I contribute by giving a positive look to any issue that is presented and by treating everyone with human dignity, respecting their unique qualities. I think that people should become more spiritual (not religious) and remember that we are all in the same team trying to make a better world for everyone."
/Mariana from Peru on 11 October 2012
"I admire Sri Sri Ravi Shankar for his work he has done so far in bringing PEACE and HARMONY amongst every section of the society."
/Rahul Joshi from India on 11 October 2012
"I am advocating to any that will hear two basic principle. Personal freedom, and personal responsibility."
/DBW from United States on 8 October 2012
"Loving and Helping each other.."
/Maktum from India on 4 October 2012
"Go out and Enjoy the Sky..."
/Alex Leitch from United Kingdom on 28 August 2012
"I am trying to get my fellow students to engage in Global politics. If we are to become a global village, having an understanding that everyone might have a different point of view will play a major role in harmonuous living amongst global states."
/Phumelela Mdluli from United States on 27 August 2012
"everybody posses good and bad qualities....what you have to do...extract the good my secret......"
/kanix from India on 22 August 2012
"keep clean surrounding it helps us to live life free of diseases!!"
/pawan from India on 11 August 2012
""we must accept finite disappointment, but we must never lose infinite hope." It is all about the formula of life while we are living life in this world,"
/Gute from United States on 9 August 2012
"by being positive and teach positive to others, the most important thing is being obay God's rull"
/Gut from United States on 9 August 2012
/MARIXILI from Venezuela on 30 July 2012
"first listening within, hears only the gross sounds of the breath,heart circulation,and so on and perhaps the astral vibratory sounds behind these ready to bringing back to matter."
/rojit from India on 27 July 2012
"i like venkatraman ramakrishnan"
/sekar from India on 25 July 2012
"I hope to contribute to a paradigm shift that would mean basic principles that call for equal sharing of natural wealth would be borne out in reality. The structure and functioning of our political and economic systems must be made to reflect awareness of natural law that we call human rights. We have a shared right to define overall limits to pollution levels and limits to the rate of taking of natural resources. Governments must function so as to ensure these rights are respected in practice."
/John Champagne from United States on 24 July 2012
"doesn't the first few lines of King James Genesis support the big bang theory and the God particle? Earth was without form and VOID and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And God said, let there be light. And God divided the light from the darkness. AndGod called the firmament Heaven. And the evening and the morning were the second day... this was written 2000 years ago, but it seems to apply to the big bang i wrong"
/frank spellman from United States on 23 July 2012
"in czech: Nobelovy ceny ?ekly."
/Milan Orav?ík from Czech Republic on 22 July 2012
"Through proper goal recognition, adequate awareness about the objectives in order to achieve that goal, the hard work and the final motivation level. All these play a major role in acquiring the ultimate goal at last finally leading to satisfaction which in turn provides security in all the sectors."
/Aprajita from India on 20 July 2012
"By trying to make people believe in themselves, to look at the beaty of life, and doing my every-day good deed."
/m vdb from France on 18 July 2012
"Logrando hacer que llegue la educacion a todos los rincones del mundo, no necesariamente con equipos tecnologicos, pero si que ayuden a erradicar el analfabetismo; Un mundo con conocimietnos es un mundo enriquecido y un mundo enriquecido es un mundo mejor para las mayorias que no tienen como responder a sus necesidades basicas y vitales. Los mas importante y que es la riqueza del mundo son los niños y niñas, la cual son las llaves para nuevas invenciones y soluciones de este planeta."
/Diana Andrea M. from El Salvador on 14 July 2012
"When all the creatures will be happy ,illless,honest."
/P.C.Padhy from India on 7 July 2012
"Being my brother's keeper."
/from Nigeria on 6 July 2012
"Since the arrival of human beings on earth and continued existence till the beginning of nineteenth century i.e. the time when the means of transport radically changed to mechanical contrivances, other discoveries and inventions following one another, the human civilization though betwixt with problems sometime or other did never had the ominous possibility of extermination due to severe pollution of air, soil, water, food etc ....How could the noble laureates may help us to fight the menace ?"
/Bhabani Charan Das from India on 30 June 2012
"A "better place" means a vast area. If we want to achieve the real "PEACE" in this world we need to eliminate our enemies form ourselves. We have to be holly in all respect. If a single particle behaves unwanted it may lost the harmony of a big system. Though it's not a easy tusk. Mental PEACE can make a Place PEACEFUL. Be Holly, be honest in every respects."
/A Roy, West Bengal from India on 21 June 2012
"Nigeria ia a country in dire need. I preach peace and the need for peace everywhre I go. God bless Nigeria."
/Babade from Nigeria on 21 June 2012
"My work has led to a need for reconsidering Newton's Laws of motion. So my work has added to the wealth of knowledge aquired by mankind."
/Hasmukh K. Tank from India on 13 June 2012
"Aplicando la teoria del libro de Gilbert Gil, titulado: UN MUNDO UN EJERCITO. Lo que viene a decir que el maximo de naciones, sean defendidas por el ejercito del mundo. Su aplicacion aportaria mas paz en el mundo y mas recursosnpara otros fines."
/Gilbert Gil from Spain on 11 June 2012
"I challenge myself to learn new things and to share with others so that their minds grow too"
/Rebecca from Taiwan on 11 June 2012
"Be kind, be brave, share with and help others when needed, and do good work in whatever I do."
/Ann from United States on 6 June 2012
"Never stop asking the questions. Educate formally and informally on that issue. Pursue, encourage, query and analyze but do not seek strictly to antagonize. Follow this credence with students, colleagues, friends and family. Without question, there is no growth. Learn to be better listeners. With knowledge of all kinds comes improved and broader querying, greater understanding and application of that knowledge on issues not only for ourselves but for all that we touch."
/Liz Murphy from United States on 3 June 2012
"if we can know the actual creation of universe and all lives of world"
/sankardeb Halder from India on 1 June 2012
/from India on 31 May 2012
"Existentialism is the problem of our day, consequently, I drill into students how critical it is to make meaning in life, particularly for their own life and the life of others; else they not find it later in life or at all. I believe, as J.D. Salinger did, that people are most whole when they are young, not old. Youth is a time when the joy of life exists in experiencing and not acquiring. It is the time of youth when great teaching inspires the deepest learning in people?s lives before they accept the limits, lies, and illusions of huge institutions and the influences of the self motivated outside family members and friends. Perhaps because of this, students seek me out to be their mentor. Each time, the student picks me; it always happens that way (the only true mentor-ship). In return, I develop and direct their capacity for deep learning, the intent to direct them towards making a difference in the lives of others and at least one person. More than politics, this process engenders the greatest impact, for the longest time, and for the most good in this world; it speaks directly to their soul in the existential crisis of our day. Indeed, the secret door to the head and heart has always been opened through one?s soul. An examined life: make a difference, make meaning, matter."
/J.C. McGill from United States on 27 May 2012
""And when one is not dying for the other, we are already dead" Tassos Leivaditis* * The fact that a man with such a unique work never got a Nobel Prize, makes this award less credible."
/Konstantinos Kakoudakis from Greece on 23 May 2012
"I guess ,I would tell anyone how beautiful life really is ,how beautiful the world is !! This way,we can appreciate everything more !! Let's share some love with each-other !! Greeting from Albania !"
/celeste from Albania on 20 May 2012
"I wish that, AP Aboobaker Musliyar Kanthapuram ( a social reformer from Kerala , India) who lead the Historical "Kerala Yathra for Awakening Humanity" during April 2012 to be nominated for Nobel Prize. He is also one among "The 500 most influential Muslims of 2009 and 2011 nominated by George Town University, Washington. Read more at ,"
/Mudassir from India on 20 May 2012
"I shall spread the observed way, an invitation, received from the hands of the 192 Member States of the United Nations Organization to everyone, how to establish Global Peace and Ceasefire until the prophesy of it is fulfilled and maintained Forever. So help me God! Marek Zielinski Initiator of"
/Marek Zielinski from United Kingdom on 14 May 2012
"Honestly, I haven't I thought about it until the moment I saw this questions. Although I am not sure what I am going to do make world better place, one thing that I am sure about is that I will try my best in my capability to not cause further harm. Thank you for instilling this thought in me."
/Tamil Vizhi Muthalagu from India on 10 May 2012
"I will spread smile to everyone :-)"
/mirzam from Indonesia on 1 May 2012
"in having as much knowledge and as much wisdom to hold our patience, in having the rectitude to accept the inherent greed and lust of human beings and the resoluteness in having to say no to their beckoning,in having to allow ourselves the chance of experiencing goodness rather than profit...shall we seek to redeem ourselves and in the process also make the world abetter place."
/Arshad BAshir Khan from India on 30 April 2012
"Physiotherapists can discover important therapeutics based on Biomechanics. Also it is possible for Physiotherapists to develop exercise systems that can "Enhance biological competence and lengthen healthy life span" of humans. Few decades from now, Physiotherapists (especially Indian Physios) will be in the list of Nobel Laureates."
/Vinodh Rajkumar from India on 30 April 2012
"When we delete the word 'religion' and remove every concepts and practices attached to the very idea..."
/Kantsartrenitzcosho from Pakistan on 29 April 2012
"Humanity is the word answer to all questions of this world. Since inception of Earth, Humanity evolve it emerge as growth of world if humanity end then it sure world going to end because humanity is the answer of prosperity, peace, innovation and what gives way to life with mutual respect."
/Sachin Gupta from India on 28 April 2012
"Everyone is entitled to full measure of happiness... If we all work towards this direction the world will surely be a better place to live in."
/Divya Mohan from India on 26 April 2012
"the top left is my friend grandma and the lower right is my other friends gramdma"
/ryan hopkins from United States on 25 April 2012
"To allow stability for the world to continue its evolution and create new technologies, discoveries and understanding. To allow the necessary events to happen for the continuous survival of the human race. "We exist as an aspect of existence and our life gives us an aspect of what exists" our instinct over rules personality, emotions of love and kindness should not blur the man kinds ability to thrive."
/Ciaran Curran (13) from United Kingdom on 22 April 2012
"I am preparing young people to be sustainable leaders so we can cause a positive impact in the society and so on the next generations."
/Ximena Castañon from Bolivia on 21 April 2012
"1.By being respectful to all animates and inanimates. 2.By making at least one heart to feel a bit happier every day."
/Rajat Kumar Mishra from India on 18 April 2012
"As a writer and journalist I strive to translate and write about Human Rights and Democracy. I have been translating Peace Prize Winners acceptance speeches and biographies, now. Hope it becomes a good book and be published soon."
/Fahim Naimi from Afghanistan on 14 April 2012
"I'm trying to live a life that if every human being lived, the world would have really been a better place."
/Socrates from Ghana on 12 April 2012
"help human beings improve peace on globe, and good health to all people including sound mind..Try eradicate major diseases and improve quality long life."
/PV.Krishna Rao from India on 6 April 2012
"By being a good citizen and a kind individual!"
/Anna from Ukraine on 5 April 2012
"Im sowing seeds of karma everywhere, doing what I can to help the earth, staying positive in these hard economic times."
/Carol Myers from United States on 2 April 2012
"I am teaching and giving it everything.....Biology rocks and so does our Nobel Laureates"
/Ms. Humour from United Arab Emirates on 22 March 2012
"Spread love, spread peace"
/Mateus from Brazil on 22 March 2012
"The concept is simple,All Fermions(Lepton,Quarks)and Bosons)w/s Nuclear Force,Gravity,Electromagnetism,Scalar Electrostatic Potential,Instantaneous Dipole Induced dipole Forces. Are influenced by UL/VH Frequencies.Following this line of Logic,All Biological,Chemical Materials are governed by The Law of Quantum Acoustics,expressed through MC3=E3.I used Fe60 as my control. This line of Logic is used for Matter/Energy conversions...Star Trek transportation. Healthcare (Physics)"
/William Bursie from United States on 21 March 2012
/Dr. Grey on 20 March 2012
"Global Sign Language. Both hearing and deaf people of the world will communiate using one common language. As an added benefit, the people of the world will learn a new language if they choose to be active listeners and apply what they learned. They will use their hands when they speak. Everyone, Everytime. Email to join us."
/Pat Brennan from United States on 16 March 2012
"Doing little things is better than a powerful speech"
/sharan from India on 8 March 2012
"My Husband and I are members and of the ~an Organization~to Stop the Smart Meter Deployment of these UN SAFE and not UL- tested Death Meters. These RADIATION Death Meters have been put on Human Beings homes against their will are UNSAFE ~Cause Fires and Studies have FOUND that these METERS cause Cancer Heart Disease Brain Damage and DEATH to all living .Still they are being used. I would nominate the Director of Stop Smart Meters~Joshua Hart for the Nobel Peace PRIZE !"
/Karyn Sanz from United States on 8 March 2012
"Learning about the history of human rights I understood one point that the law had gone so far out of control and we couldn't do much about it..let's hope we'll try to do something in this case..every person in this world, will try to understand, know his or her rights finally!"
/Fidan Azimova from Azerbaijan on 7 March 2012
"The most potent of weapons is the will of a man. Let's use our will as much as Hitler, but in a good way, let's use our intelligence, but in a smart way. Let's exploit what we are and make of this world a structured and long lasting place for the future generations. Individually we can't, together, the limit is fictive."
/Yan Leduc-Chun from Canada on 7 March 2012
"I believe hat to make the world a better place first of all I have had to define what this world is, what my life is, and acknowledge the only thing that was certain the day I was born into this world was my death not the time not the place not the amount of years i am here. so therefore how I live my life must be the way i can make this world a better place, by firstly asking these questions of myself and seeking the answers and then putting these questions to others"
/Jo-anne from Australia on 6 March 2012
"By encouraging others to not be led, but rather to lead themselves. Through this, people will have no need to be led by others, and corruption shall topple, as corruption is a result of allowing others to control and manipulate people. If mankind is to unite as a race, free from segregation, racism, and class separation, then corruption must be the first to fall. However, although we should not be led like sheep, we should listen to all, as without doing so, we are lost."
/Favre from United States on 3 March 2012
"If you say one great thing, you could change eveything. The most important thing in life is to make a change and all you have to do is SAY SOMETHING."
/Alexandra from United States on 1 March 2012
"Improve the Economy, Humanity, Science - Health, Social, Astrophysics etc."
/Susan Miliband from United Kingdom on 29 February 2012
"individuals have to be honest in their part..............then only the world can seen a better place."
/SHIVAM SONI from India on 26 February 2012
"by seeing good in others and telling them about it. it encourages people, it gives hope to the hope less. and elliminates the notion that some were born to be rich while others were born to be poor. we begin to appreciate the fact that we are one people dispite our difference in complection, race,tribe , gender and social status not even the god we worship"
/lumumba patrice shinanda from Kenya on 24 February 2012
"Congratulations to all on your outstanding achievements! You surely deserve this prestigious award - Noble Prize."
/Natasha James from Grenada on 24 February 2012
"I'm teaching kids!"
/khadija from Tunisia on 22 February 2012
"By introducing poetry of all hearts. Every heart has a dream to share. Make it known in world languages"
/Bariah on 22 February 2012
"By following a dream, protecting children from injuries through safety education in all schools using their local languages."
/Hashir on 22 February 2012
"by not lettering and giveing peace in my comunite"
/alai from United States on 15 February 2012
"by doing my job truthfully,honestly,and to my potential; without cheating myself and others. i think world would be a better place to live if each and every person would stop and think if his actions are harming others in any way. having a peaceful and calm mind can make a peaceful world."
/nita on 14 February 2012
"Live honestly and powerfully and let others grow and live with you happily.This nature will sustain reviving and reviving on and take lessons from the natural beings, especially from plants birds and animals, how they live Independently ,overcoming the obstacles of life."
/CP RAJASEKHARAN from India on 14 February 2012
"I am raising a child who will one day win a Nobel Prize. She had a light in her eyes at 3 months old. At 2 years old she proclaimed that she wanted to be a surgeon, even though she had never previously heard the word surgeon. She has officially been accepted into Mensa at 5 years old. I am finding her opportunities to be well rounded. She was born with an intelligent brain and a compasionate heart."
/P Manakalani from United States on 13 February 2012
"I will make this world a better place by investing every joule of my energy, every second of my life and every rupee of my wealth into this world."
/Abhishek Kumar from India on 11 February 2012
"Thou art not the only living specie Recognize the presence of others too To be a preacher easy to adopt Thine practises emulate the humanity To live peacefully; You need not live for others You live your life to make others also to live This world is vast and wide.Donot fight for lot None has carried the dust with them."
/R.G.Rajaram from India on 2 February 2012
/SANKARACHARYULU M GV from India on 2 February 2012
"1. Corruption free 2. Equal Development in LDC 3. Focus on Environment 4. Health in LDS"
/VIJAY MATHUR from India on 2 February 2012
"I don't know!"
/Gabriel from United States on 2 February 2012
"Show the difference between a best and a man,in the true sens of the term, and thus hammer into the head of a man the need to become a true man."
/Dr Sunil kumar Sarker from India on 1 February 2012
"Minding my own business"
/Anjan from India on 30 January 2012
"We not only I can make a better place by being less critical of others and by helping the needy . We can also live in a better world if there is less bitter feelings and more love. Remember love conquers all and as Gandhi said that 'an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind'."
/Amlandeep Bhattacharya from India on 29 January 2012
"I hope that people would have a rational and humane knowledge of the universe. Nothing is eternal, nothing is temporal. Your sensibility will pass on."
/Shamik Ghosh from India on 29 January 2012
"There should be a department in every country which will care the person from his child hood to end of life , if a person will only communicate to the departmental person on phone , so the department can understand his problem and will try to suggest him right all persons will be touch with official. due to this always they will do good things."
/from India on 29 January 2012
"we can make world a better place by improving social,political and economic setup in word. we need draw new bases for strong social environments which is possible only by understanding social needs in poor countries. we can make world a better place by moving of funds from developed to underdeveloped countries and we need to make maximum donation to poor peoples so that they improve there living standards"
/saifullah.... from Pakistan on 28 January 2012
"I believe that by adhering and practicing Religious norms it is easy to establish peace and stability world wide.Peace is very scarce now a days only because the political figures of countries do not abide by Religious norms."
/Dr. Dewan A. Rashid from Bangladesh on 28 January 2012
"Why not declare a Nobel Prize for Environment concerns and technology addressing Climate change ?! See my Innovative technology to convert Industrial Carbon emissions into Carbon Nanotubes using variable Magnetic Field and a Nanoparticle catalyst."
/vivek nair from India on 27 January 2012
"By becoming "an agent of pure love, compassion, kindness, peace and care". Dr. Debasish Mridha."
/Debasish Mridha,M.D. from United States on 25 January 2012
"Be Honest Do good what you can do . Never do bad. Follow Rules in what ever thing you do. Donate as much as you can Every person in earth should have basic needs at least food to eat.Its our main aim"
/Gautham Paladugu - Bhanu from India on 24 January 2012
/PROF. DR. "SIRS" JENNY M.G. AGUSTIN,PH.D.880M.D. from Philippines on 18 January 2012
"by playing with every one diffourent colors"
/desiree from United States on 18 January 2012
"This is wonderfull, to prize the work of the best of the humanity. I wonder if is possible to nominate a cientific after he has passed away? Where Can I find this information??"
/Blanca Lilia Monterrubio Sáenz from Mexico on 13 January 2012
"Through self-improvement..and to be a human being.God Bless"
/Manish Podiyal from India on 12 January 2012
"We,the members of KAIKHALI JIBANDISHA,are spreading awareness campaigns in different schools of Kolkata(Calcutta),West Bengal,India,for a better road traffic sense and environment -friendly attitude,which,we feel,should be inculcated from the very early stages of a human being .We are getting good response in this regard from the students and such positive attitude extends our efforts through other sectors of society.we have contacted other like minded organisations for a concerted effort ."
/Syamaprasad Datta,President,KAIKHALI JIBANDISHA from India on 11 January 2012
"I would make the world a better place by sacrificing my life for humanity because I believe Humanity starts from compassion, faith, love, kindness"
/PUSHKAR BISHT from India on 4 January 2012
"I am making myself best because according to me this is the way to make the world peaceful and continuous developing."
/Vikash Singh from India on 31 December 2011
"say good and be good with all ,tell people how do wroning that is wroing ."
/ALI salameh alemaryeen from Jordan on 24 December 2011
"By inspiring people through the stories in my book,'Four Thirsty Men, Four Coconuts""
/Gabriel Tefempa from United States on 21 December 2011
"By Understanding One Another and Not Being Against Anything One Says."
/Saher from United States on 20 December 2011
"by letting people realize that they are humans first even before anything else,be it in whatever position or social status they are.realize that pain causes suffering to everyone,and a simple smile could cheer up sumone.i dont say that its sumthing missing in the higher classes but i refer to all classes of people.all this life we lead is to finally prove that we have utilised it and bcum useful for another life.achieving should be in direction of humanity,if at all anyone remembers its meaning."
/on 16 December 2011
"i'm making the world a better place by writting a book on mental ilness like i am a mental pacient to help others like me. i'm making the world a better place by giving money to people who ask for it in the streets and i will always make a world a better place because i'm good at heart and i know that my pain is somebody elses pain, we must share it and eliminate it."
/António Portela from Portugal on 12 December 2011
"By sharing this message on my FaceBook wall ' Where Love"
/Ziad Maddah from United States on 11 December 2011
"by providing an example. learn to believe in yourself!"
/Christian from Romania on 11 December 2011
"If we are not showing epathy, and compassion, we are not showing any signs of humanity. (13 years old girl)"
/from Sweden on 7 December 2011
"help people to have a change in mind and change in attitude"
/marvin yu-war from Liberia on 7 December 2011
"Keeping up high standards for myself and others"
/Jemar Jed Roble Tan from Philippines on 2 December 2011
"through love ,affection ,equality between men and women,more powers to women and to uplift their status,more concern for environment and natural surroundings."
/nikhil matalia from India on 2 December 2011
"by spreading joy !"
/on 30 November 2011
/DR S C GARG from India on 27 November 2011
"By reporting the crimes, oppression, political and religious bigorty in third world media to first world media for education, entertainment and empathy"
/L from India on 26 November 2011
"World is a better place by itself. I just want to make it best."
/Unknown from India on 23 November 2011
"well u just cant make yhe world better by just creating destructive weapons"
/on 23 November 2011
"by showing equal treatment to everyone and making them feel as a part of the society."
/Mark Ariola from Philippines on 20 November 2011
"we indian people are making the world better by playing cricket and entertaining the world!"
/dhoni from India on 16 November 2011
"By saving the world, one bad guy at a time...I also respect everyone even if they dont deserve it. Its my way of thinking..."
/Mr Batman from United States on 15 November 2011
"I dont troll the interwebs"
/from Tuvalu on 15 November 2011
"By respecting other people, believing to yourself no matter what size ; big or small, that when we do something for the benefit of everyone. This includes from saving energy by turning of the lights if not used to helping and educating people. Regardless of its size as long as the goal is thru the benefit of everyone, that is what I think the most important."
/Archiebald from Philippines on 13 November 2011
""through non-violence and globalisation.""
/Pranit PrithviRaj Badwan from India on 12 November 2011
"by changing the way medicine is approached in developing countries and by promoting reseach oriented education"
/indianmedico from India on 11 November 2011
"By co-operation with everybody around me."
/on 10 November 2011
"Amidst the crying, shrieking misery that envelops the human condition exists the thread woven of diamond shining and brilliant in its radiance. The connecting fibres reflect the suffering therein. Clothed as we are in the divine. As a poet I create the words that are the links of an emotional chain fashioned from heartfelt sighs."
/Barbara Olsgard Winquist from Canada on 10 November 2011
"I believe i am somehow helping the world by teaching and empathizing with one person at a time and by encouraging that person to inturn help another, so that the chain of empathy and sharing knowledge about self-awareness would never break =)"
/Tahirih Boodhoo from Guyana on 10 November 2011
"Try to anderstand and help echadher. Remember you are jast a hjuman talk to the aders haw goood they are and also haw we kan do to be bether madher, bradher, syster, neber etc. then we kreajted a better place on this glob wen we kan live together in pice and harmony with ich ader and auer nature. With LAVE EB"
/Eva Bengtsson from Sweden on 8 November 2011
"With empathy, fighting for justice, promoting peace, but especially not losing hope that the world can be better...and that this difference comes from us."
/Andrea T from Panama on 7 November 2011
"By me being better,being selfless, trying to use the appliances and equipment that which impacts the nature very less. I am trying to make my son selfless and inculcating good helping nature in him and make him enjoy working hard, so he can do the same to his kids and so on."
/on 7 November 2011
/BHARATHI SHEKAR from India on 7 November 2011
"The population should be controlled, less people less problem. World is fantastic without humankind. We are the problem not petrol, not energy not termites. We should think of colonizing other planets as well to solve part of the issue."
/Anirban from India on 7 November 2011
"We can make it better...............!!!"
/vijai kumar from India on 6 November 2011
"Interpretation and Implementation of "Relativistic Theory" universally results in astonishing community development, society descipline, global peace and harmony. Its seven sky theory......."
/on 6 November 2011
"Opening my mind to lisen my inner advises. Change yourself to change the world!"
/Georgina Zertuche from United States on 6 November 2011
/Ata-ul-Razzaq Khan from Pakistan on 6 November 2011
"is there a ring ( for there finger) that's part of the awards. i"
/russell aaker from United States on 3 November 2011
"Create intimacy between the life giver (i.e. Nature) and the life user ( specifically us Humans). Get involved with the nature around which teaches everything including feelings such as love, compassion, happiness etc.. The next moment you realize the nature, there you can create a "better world" around."
/Nithin Prasad R S from India on 1 November 2011
"through compassion and empathy!"
/Rudina from Albania on 28 October 2011
"By helping people to learn how to be confident in themselves and how to search for hope and find it; so that tomorrow is worth living for."
/Mike Abel from South Africa on 27 October 2011
"by appreciating all those persons who are working hard for humanity."
/Basit Ali from Pakistan on 21 October 2011
"Fighting for the position in the male dominated field of construction and employ more women youth into the field work smut be a voice in the abusive system of the government departments that disfigure the existence of women entrepreneurs"
/nqobile kunene from South Africa on 20 October 2011
"just see good n be good."
/nil k raj from Nepal on 20 October 2011
"While im not making it better for the world, im making it better for myself..which is the world to me. GYAHAHAHAHAA"
/kathleen from United States on 19 October 2011
"If you wanted to be making the world a better place, you have to get a peace of your inner mind first. If all the people have peace of mind, they will never do mistake to annoy others. So, firstly, let your mind to be peace."
/Aung Kyaw Soe from Burma on 19 October 2011
"Change yourselves before you correct others."
/Nisha from India on 16 October 2011
"believe and have faith in god, spread the love and peace definitely world is gonna be a better place."
/vinay kumar from India on 15 October 2011
"yes i have made the world better"
/maria elena from United States on 14 October 2011
"It is a very good thing to reward human intellectual effort, even more considering all nationalities and race. But it is still interesting why the core of African writers still haven't been rewarded despite their very visible effect on literature, people like Ngugi and Achebe."
/Osayande felix Omokaro from Nigeria on 14 October 2011
/CHABS LIZO MORRIS from Kenya on 11 October 2011
"I'd like to think, the way I make the world a better place, is as Mr. Nobel : correcting my mistakes and making up for those I cannot correct."
/from Greece on 11 October 2011
"just being better human individually!"
/nneha from India on 11 October 2011
"The world can be made a better world by giving true education and decresing hatred among ourselves ."
/Amit Panigrahi from India on 11 October 2011
"love.only love,and pure love can make the world beautiful. love make you the best of is the way of heaven by which you can meet with almighty"
/kumar kaushlesh from India on 9 October 2011
""Always forget oneself, go for others first to achieve their dream""
/Tsheten Tshering from Bhutan on 8 October 2011
"I am hip-hopz premiere philosopher. I chooze to "demonstrate reaspect." I under and overstand that KnowThing lastz forever. I believe that KnowBody does know, and, yes, trouble I due see. I listen to, and for, KnowOne. I focus my energy for, and on Word while continUing to look for Word, and towards both increased literacy and Peace of Mind."
/ebonitia from United States on 8 October 2011
"avoid the diabolical barbarous from the soul to be a man and do to oath the Three solemn affirmations and continue to practice to develop the downtroden peapoles prayer for them, Then the world will come in better place,This is Elixir of lifewith simple heart."
/Dr. Bidhan Datta from India on 8 October 2011
"no need to Nag for peace it is only depend onattachment of world andsimple- hearted and prayer and worship"
/Dr. Bidhan Datta from India on 8 October 2011
"Only one powerful weapon can make the world a better,happy place for all human being,that is love ! We all have to shake of our ego and nationalism.We have to share our sorrows and joys with all inhabitants of this planet.We all have to embrace each other with tearful eyes as our brothers thinking that we are all sojourners unto this earth !"
/Ahmed Bulbul Islam from Bangladesh on 8 October 2011
"by saving energy and by helping to make this earth a healthier,better place to live in."
/Prabhat Joshi from Nepal on 7 October 2011
"by praising good peoples and punishing bad people............"
/Pawan from India on 7 October 2011
"Using the arts- fashion, music, film and literature to raise awareness about social issues that affect girls and women. Creative Activism engages artists to incite conversation and prompt action through Fashion Empowering Women Foundation innovation social enterprise."
/Desiree Venn Frederic from United States on 7 October 2011
"By earning a Nobel Prize"
/on 7 October 2011
"producing knowledge and publishing mathematical constant that I discover"
/Marcelo Meneses from Brazil on 7 October 2011
"Noble prize should deserve the noble peoples"
/from Bangladesh on 6 October 2011
"I don't believe in to change other things,,i believe in that to change ourself. If every person will do that then there will be no confrontationist."
/on 6 October 2011
"i m trying to make the world a better place by making my self better. INSIDE OUT POLICY. i do not find any another way."
/waqar akhtar from Pakistan on 5 October 2011
"I believe Love is the greatest phenomenon ............ we have 2 options Love and Hate . If we chose love we can make the world a better place."
/Madhav A from India on 5 October 2011
"By recycling as much as possible"
/on 4 October 2011
"I celebrate Alfred Nobel's FORETHOUGHT and INTENTION to enhance knowledge; JOY bubbles through my brain as I see the breath of human ingenuity reflected in the 'Nobel Lectures'. I am grateful for Mr Nobel's legacy and grateful to the executors of that legacy for their strength of character."
/Grace from United States on 4 October 2011
"Correct info"
/John on 4 October 2011
"just follow the humanity"
/Ashish kabra from India on 3 October 2011
"feed the poor and don't do forced sexual intercourse"
/on 3 October 2011
"Helping Ayrton Senna Foundation in Brazil to make a better children for the world ..."
/Fernando Pedrosa from Brazil on 29 September 2011
"By being nice to animals. Acting "human"!!"
/Sarah S from India on 27 September 2011
"Nobody ! because Money is here ! it's the root of all Evils !"
/Zanzibar from Israel on 22 September 2011
"To being human as we are naturally from the earth."
/Sonya from Mongolia on 22 September 2011
"We can make poverty less by Micro Credit. But if you see a few year experience of Micro Credit then there may have tiny successful. The poverty elimination is a long process. Micro Credit teach people to have a better life, Man learns about money facts and one day they can be reach to the end of poverty."
/Md. Rokonuzzaman from Bangladesh on 22 September 2011
"Exposing my VALUE'S On HOPE!"
/Vincent light house c from India on 20 September 2011
"Building of prosper and wealth economics for all conflicting countries based on greeny made natural resources will automatically resolve most of the conflicts around the world."
/Joey from United Kingdom on 20 September 2011
"I have just published a book entitled: White Like the Rainbow. It is a book of transcribed recordings of conversations which took place August 25, 2011 through September 4, 2011 between one European-American couple and one African-American woman. I hope to bring an updated awareness on race relations, establish where we stand now Post-Civil Rights Movement, and where we want to be 50 years from now."
/Hannah Faye from United States on 20 September 2011
"Nobel is great, Nobel Prize is also great, when he knows that what he earned upon explosive materials do great impact upon what he used to ate, he may be more willing to sleep peaceful."
/Yang Liping from Singapore on 19 September 2011
"I contribute daily by visualising a new growing World Unity, where world Leaders and Governments share and apply solutions to Global issues, I see and Know in my Heart that I make a difference through my positive posture and total Faith in progress and humanitarian equality, I love every spirit on this Earth and I share a Gratitude for all we have achieved towards a Happy and Free Global community. We all"
/Nicola Marie Kibble from Spain on 19 September 2011
"The nobel peace prize of next year should be awarded to Mr Yuan Longping, the famous famer in china! He made a big contribution to improve the productivity of rice, which obviously contribute to our human's most basci safety as well as world peace, because most of the war were based on limit sources, include rice."
/Yang Liping from Singapore on 19 September 2011
"The world is the only planet which is suitable for all lively organs. All are equal on this earth, so by making equality we can make the world as a better place."
/Mr.A.Chandrashekar from India on 18 September 2011
"Edjucation, edjucartion, edjucation and trade, trade trade, thats the way to go"
/JØRN SPANGE from Norway on 18 September 2011
"Stopping pollution and controlling population in the places with very high population. Developing the under developed areasand coming up with a power of developing the urban areas in Asian countries. Planting trees and making greenery in the world to control balance in the environment"
/on 18 September 2011
"World would be a better place, if we can spend our life peacefully. So, I am doing my work only, without interfering in the work of others. One more path, i am following is on the basis of one quote, i have read. It was saying that we should talk with each other, instead of talking about each other."
/on 18 September 2011
"I sign on-line petitions for Amnesty International."
/Zachary Hardy from United States on 17 September 2011
"helping people..."
/lily from Belgium on 17 September 2011
"I teach. I write. I blog too. I try to be kind and to be equally kind to all people."
/Tosin from Nigeria on 17 September 2011
"Try to love one another as you would have them treat you"
/from Other on 17 September 2011
"Finding the cause of schizophrenia"
/David Yates. M.B. F.R.C.Psych from United Kingdom on 17 September 2011
"Trying to help judges protect a powerful dispute resolution tool?the class action lawsuit?that threatens to devolve into a sham which benefits lawyers, takes away rights, and compensates only a tiny fraction of people affected, because of lack of notice given."
/Todd B. Hilsee from United States on 16 September 2011
/from Italy on 16 September 2011
"We can make the world a better place only when we stand for truth and justice. SAY NO TO STATE TERRORISM AND ETHNIC POLITICS IN ETHIOPIA: "Politicians are like diapers, they should be changed periodically for the same reason" - Ronald Lauder - 20 years of looting and killing by "friendly tyrant" MELES in Ethiopia is enough. It is time for change. Human beings are only practised at the moment in Meles Ethiopia where great ethnic hatred is the order of the day. "
/aytalnewzendro from Germany on 16 September 2011
"Raising money for a cure or control of Cystic Fibrosis"
/on 16 September 2011
"Development, democracy and peace in Somalia"
/Jeilani from Canada on 16 September 2011
"I am a survivor in this world, I would like to have a life were I could dedicate the whole time to others...."
/Tato Murier from Brazil on 16 September 2011
/sorish from Bangladesh on 16 September 2011
"i am developing myself. when i overcome my weakness or character flaws i get better. when i go get better the world too gets better to certain degree as my actions get better."
/Saru Chithiran Ragunathen from India on 16 September 2011
"i do not know"
/raju from Romania on 16 September 2011
"Planting a couple of trees all over the Country (Kenya) with support of UNEP."
/Humphrey Nyagah from Kenya on 16 September 2011
"As a literary genius in the post-modernism, I could say the Filipino community is born to be a writer just like Dr. Virgilio Almario. Being a member of Poetic Genius Society, International High IQ Society, Rotary International, I could better say his literary accolades is worth more than genius."
/April Mae Berza from Philippines on 16 September 2011
"By having safe sex."
/on 16 September 2011
"I word hard, love nature, care for family and enjoy my youth."
/Le Thuy Dzung from Vietnam on 16 September 2011
"By converting most of the carbon emission from the Factories"
/Nair Vivek Sahadevan from India on 16 September 2011
"Mutual respect, peace, care and education for all."
/Dr.Nawazish Ali Sherazi. from Pakistan on 16 September 2011
"By putting others before myself."
/Paul Boyle from United States on 16 September 2011
/TAUTZE on 16 September 2011
"by reaching out to who ever I can, one by one in caring, in LISTENING to their heart, their pain, their love someone though they do not, or cannot love me back. To forgive all wrongs done to me, just as Jesus has forgiven ME..finally by leaving 3 beautiful kids, 2 sons"
/Wanda HisKid2 from United States on 16 September 2011
"Helping people in need and teaching them"
/Meera from United States on 16 September 2011
"By respecting people, regardless of race, religion, gender, sexuality. Also being kind to animals and teaching children to do the same. I plant trees and promote women's rights and encourage this generation to appreciate education, especially young girls."
/L Doyle from Australia on 16 September 2011
"by a consistent prayer for all of us, giving importance to the education for our youth today, and last but not the list is cooperating and understanding one's decision. pls! help our todays society coz its getting poorer not only in material but also in spiritual."
/lane from Philippines on 15 September 2011
"Please consider this... what if we all understood that health is a fundamental freedom and therefore, its not just about what doing what we want, but doing what we ought. then, perhaps, we'd make better choices after the age of consent... we'd get our immunizations and childcare to age 18 or 21, then be encouraged to know the difference betwen weekend food and lifestyles and everyday living for health. Our health savings could then directly accumulate and replace some of our social security"
/Penelope Edwards-Conrad, M.D. from Other on 15 September 2011
"By giving hope for people for the bright future."
/Daumantas from Lithuania on 15 September 2011
"I think the world can be make a better place by changing the human morality of each individual,by cutting non ethical and non moral competition by implementing religious principles and practice on each individuals life.I am trying to implement this on myself."
/ASM Imam Hossain from Bangladesh on 15 September 2011
"I use only the minimal descartable plastic objects, I know that it's not a grate accion, but if everybody do that we're gonna to reduce, at least in part, the pollution in our world."
/Andrea Rodrigues Lima from Brazil on 15 September 2011
"Poetry flooding into cyberspace. Poetry for a kinder world. Poetry for Mother Earth. Poetry for Peace."
/Nidia Hernández from Venezuela on 15 September 2011
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