I wish I could get an opportunity to interact with several people from all parts of the world to give to have a chat with me. Different people have contributed differently towards lives of other people. Some have had a positive impact to humanity while others have demonstrated their utter disregard of the same. There are human rights activists who shout their hearts against the evils in society. Others are mere political bickers who spent their whole lives spreading propaganda. A good number wake up every day with their hearts full of rage and an urge to make life a nightmare for others. However, others smile and want their fellow beings to smile throughout their lifetime. The first one would be the President of the United States, President Barack Obama. The second person I would wish to talk to is any son of the late Osama Bin Laden. Thirdly, I would be glad having a chat with Wayne Rooney.
If I met President Obama, I would ask him about his faith. I would like to hear his stand about faith and religion. There are many claims that he is a Muslim of which he strongly denies. I would like to him to tell me whether he denies Islam because he is in a country which is particularly intolerant to that religion or otherwise. Christians have Christian names. Why is it that the President loves his Islam name that much? In his own view, I would like the President to comment about rumors that all the United States President have blood connections (family ties) and that they are members of Illuminati. I would like to know if he, like most other Americans, considers Arabic and Muslim individuals as terrorists. As the President of the United States, the most powerful country on the planet, I would ask President Obama to say why he cannot help Africa directly.
Many people feel that the United States President’s remarks in support of gay marriages are outrageous and a mockery to his Christian faith. I would like him to be clear about that, as well. I would want him to tell me whether politics is the sole reason for his contradicting stands. As a Christian, gay marriages are unacceptable. The President is Christian, and all Christians ought to feel proud of him as a good example to other people. However, this seems not to be the case. I would like the President to state clearly whether or not Christian values do not matter in a democratic environment. Besides, I would wish to know if it is possible to become a charismatic orator like him through training. I would also like to know how he feels being the President of the most powerful nation.
The next person the list is any of Osama Bin Laden’s sons. His father lived a life of adventure, terror and fear of the American administration. I am sure that Osama’s family lived the same way as he. They feared and worried about all possible bombings any time of day or night intended to destroy whatever gave security to world’s most terrifying figure. He must have had some insights to his father’s operations. Since I am concerned about security and scared about insecurity, I believe he has the experience that anyone needs to survive through such moments of terror and war.
I would ask Bin Laden’s son how his father treated. Did he shoot him for issues of misconduct and indiscipline? Did he smile at any moment? Some people’s characters are amazingly fierce. A terrorist must resemble an angry lion in the jungle. I heard that he at times spent time deep inside caves in the mountainous areas of Afghanistan. Osama must have been a strict and intimidating man. Small kids find joy in jumping up and down when they see their fathers. Could Osama allow that? Was he even there for them? I want to know whether his father was a role model to him or not, and what people expect should expect of him after the demise of his dear parent.
Additionally I would be glad to hear from Laden’s son what he feels about the United States of America. The United States commitment to deal with acts of terrorism paid off, somewhat. However, it is the Osama family that bears the pain from America’s joy of eventually eliminating one of their worst enemies-Osama Bin Laden.
Thirdly, it would a exceptional honor to spend some time with one of the world’s soccer stars, Wayne Rooney of Manchester United Football Club. He is a controversial figure, as well as an admirable personality because of his career accomplishments with his current club and the national team of England.
In my conversion with Rooney, I would want him to tell me what he would do in place of playing soccer. Some hearsay indicates that Rooney would have wished to become a priest. I would want him to comment about the oath of celibacy that priesthood presents and if his emotional strength could allow him to go through the catholic system. If catholic does not favor his emotional desires, which church would he choose for that position of priesthood? Since he is a celebrity in the world soccer fraternity, I would request him to inspire me into playing the most popular sport in the world.
President Barack Obama is an international icon for the simple reason of his position as the leader of the most powerful nation in the world. His influence is enormous and critical not only in the United States, but also the world. Osama Bin Laden is a name that still rings in the mind of people. Terrorism is an act that terrifies the entire planet. A talk with his son would somewhat show the impact that his death had on the family, and the consequences that the United States and the entire world stand to face. Soccer is among the most loved sports on the planet. A chat with a soccer star like Wayne Rooney would give a lot of insight to the whole game and inspire many other people having the interest of pursuing their careers as soccer players. Everybody needs inspiration. The three figures would inspire me in different aspects of my life if I had a chance to talk to them.