Nick has inspired me to write this blog post. His take is quite interesting and I hope that you will go to his blog and read his post.
What is your greatest fear? Being dependant on others for normal day to day living.
When were you happiest? I am by nature a happy person and am unable to point out when I was happiest.
What personal trait do you deplore? Inability to suffer parvenus.
And in others? Snobbery.
Your biggest embarrassment? Being arrested during our Emergency and having to fight a long drawn court battle to finally get acquitted and the case against me dismissed.
Describe yourself in three words: Friendly, Considerate and Generous.
What do you dislike about your appearance? Acne scars.
What would your Super Power be? Can’t think of any.
Apart from property what is your dearest purchase? I haven’t purchased anything extravagant ever.
Your most unappealing habit: Needing solitude.
What scares you about ageing? Being dependant on others for normal day to day living.
Your celebrity crush? Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur.
Would you choose fame or anonymity? The latter thank you.
Who should you say sorry to? Can’t think of anyone as I have apologised whenever I was wrong.
Who would you most like to be? Myself.
When did you last cry? I suffer from Epiphora.
Any brushes with death? Two. One major accident averted during a drive with family in the car and one flight when one engine of the aircraft that I was flying in caught fire and had to be turned off. For about an hour till we landed safely, it was the hardest time I have ever experienced.
Would you prefer sex, money or fame? None. I am too old, have enough to see me through for the rest of my life and am in my own way quite famous.
An important life lesson? Don’t smoke.
Tell us a secret: I am a nut case!
9 thoughts on “Questions And Answers.”
Thanks for the mention. Interesting answers to the questions. But I had a thought – isn’t inability to suffer parvenus a type of snobbery?
If I was in a plane with only one functioning engine, I think I’d be pretty terrified until it landed safely.
I avoid them. If that is snobbery, so be it. I simply don’t have the patience for them.
Interesting responses Ramana, but I would say that no one is static so we just capture a moment of time in our personalities.
I agree WWW.
I like these questions. We’ve use some of them in our women’s circle and I think many would work. We share our greatest fear. Maybe it’s a common one at our age.
I hope that you have an enjoyable session in your circle.
two close brushes with death! I’ve never had one but then we never really know what we may have escaped, do we?
No, we don’t. I just hope that I don’t experience any more.
First, I hope you’re back home in time to respond to my comment. Actually, what I think I’m going to do is answer your comments on my own blog and post it as an article to see if anyone else wants to play along. Great inspiration!
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