Aleandro Spiteri Monsigneur | ‘Too much perfectionism takes its toll’
Clare Agius: ‘It makes me cry to think my children may not be able to breathe and live well on this planet’
The Busker | ‘Paul McCartney... he’s the person who inspired me to write songs’
Edward Mercieca: ‘As I grow old, I well up much easier. I have no problem with it’
Julian Azzopardi: ‘We take freedom and privilege for granted while knowingly trying to ‘get one over’ our neighbour’
Michela Galea: ‘Never let anyone bring you down, be the best you can be’
Mikaela Attard: ‘My biggest challenge is keeping negativity from others, out of my life’
Chris Dingli: ‘I wasn’t ready for fatherhood mentally, emotionally or financially’
Sarah Bonnici: ‘Leaving Gozo to live and study in Malta has been my biggest challenge’
The Travellers’ Chris Gatt: ‘Dinner with anyone? Freddie Mercury’
Leona Farrugia from Cryptic Street: ‘I want AC/DC’s Highway To Hell played at my funeral’
Hooli: ‘Who’d play me in a movie? Vin Diesel or Dwayne Johnson’
Alexandra Alden: ‘Always be kind and always be honest’
Joseph Zammit: ‘God? Very difficult for a student of history to believe in one’
Melissa Pace: ‘I don’t let my struggles and fears get in the way of what I want to achieve’
Adrian Buckle: ‘I am a come-on-too-strong, shut-up-sit-down kind of person’
Karly Naudi: My earliest memory is running around the roof of my childhood home in my mother’s heeled boots
Amber: ‘We stop being successful once we stop learning’
Leanne Ellul: To write well you have to recognize that sometimes you don’t write well
Cliff Zammit Stevens: There is always light at the end of the tunnel
Andre Schembri: If you want to succeed, get out of your comfort zone
Mario Vella: ‘Shyness is a most horrible affliction that should be dealt with immediately’
Marilena Gauci: I wish I knew more of how temporary this life is
Tamara Webb: We cannot take life for granted. It’s shorter than we think!
Clare Azzopardi: The most important lesson life has taught me is not to expect anything from anyone
Oz & Jay: We're probably the most brutally honest breakfast jocks out there
Kris Micallef: It's okay to be yourself and embrace individuality
Ben Camille: I’m learning to deal with the negative remarks about me on social media

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