Sense of humor???

This week Melanie, our gracious host of Share Your World had asked these questions;

QUESTIONS

How do you tell if someone has a sense of humor?

If anyone is capable of laughing at themselves, I think they have a sense of humor. Laughing at others is easy, anyone can do it but laughing at oneself needs a person to be endowed with a sense of humor. It also means that they don’t take themself and life too seriously.

What sort of music do you prefer?

All sort of music! Old, new, classic, pop, hip hop, Urdu, English, Punjabi. But it has to be something that appeals to me, either the lyrics or the composition!

Thoughts on gravy or ‘sauce”? Yea or nay?

In eastern /Asian cooking most of dishes have gravy in them. Chicken curry or chicken qorma are prime examples. So I grew up on gravy and hence I don’t mind it. Besides, how will I eat the roti if there is no gravy!

Would you enjoy a hot air balloon ride?

I have never wanted to go up in a balloon but who knows, I may love it.

GRATITUDE SECTION (As always, optional)

What do you think is widely taken for granted?

People take food and shelter for granted. But we never know what fate is in store for us. We need to be grateful for what we have and be more empathetic towards those who don’t have enough to eat or a roof over their heads.

Moon in daylight

Many thanks to Melanie for always finding interesting questions for us to answer every week.

#Keepitalive

#SYW

58 thoughts on “Sense of humor???

  1. Thanks so much, Sadje, for Sharing Your World! I suppose roti (I had to look that up) might be a bit dry without gravy… It’s interesting how different cultures incorporate common foods into their menus. And depending on personal taste, how someone might enjoy these foods! I’m sure you’re a lovely cook! 🙂

    I too love all sorts of music, save some newer styles. It’s a pleasure to the ears! 🙂

    I think the view from a balloon would be amazing, and if one has a talent for photography? Some great opportunities for a bird’s eye view! Your own photo was lovely, it looks so very nice weather wise over your way! 😀 Have a great week! I’m off to do the WDYS challenge now!

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    1. Thanks a lot my friend! Roti is not commonly known, but it’s a slimmer version of the naan. I love this diversity of cultures and it is what joins us too.

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  2. great post Sadje!

    “People take food and shelter for granted. But we never know what fate is in store for us. We need to be grateful for what we have and be more empathetic towards those who don’t have enough to eat or a roof over their heads.”

    You never know until you’re faced with it for sure!~
    💖🌻🌻🌻🌻🙏🙏

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  3. It is so easy to take for granted what we have never been without. I am aware of this every time I see homeless people. Sadly, it takes seeing their suffering to remind me of all the blessings I take for granted.
    Wonderful the picture. Seeing the moon in the daylight is always a lovely surprise.

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    1. Very true Patricia. We do tend to forget what we have in way of blessings. Gratefulness is the attitude we need. It was a surprise when I looked up and there the moon was.

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  4. Your photo of the moon is gorgeous!! And I’m a gravy/sauce person…part of my heritage is in the southern US, where gravy is practically a beverage! 🙂 Humor is a necessity–most of the time I can laugh at myself, sometimes not. I’ll skip the balloon ride, thanks 🙂

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    1. Thanks Zelda, gravy/ sauce complete the dish. And I haven’t talked about the chili garlic sauce we are so fond of here. With French fries and all fried stuff like samosas etc

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