What is one topic you really like to talk about? Or something you really want to tell people?
I am a giver of free advice!
So I like to sort out the problems of my family and friends. Mostly I give advice on medical issues. Sometimes I also talk about life and religion. But I only talk to those who are willing to listen.
What do you normally never tell strangers about yourself? (be general, I don’t need to know details or invade privacy)
I wish that there were things that I didn’t talk about! My family says that I share too many details and too much information about things that are no concern to others. I wish that I could control my desire to share.
Have you ever broken anything? (can be health related, emotion related, or situation related – you define “broken anything” for your own satisfaction)
Three years ago I broke my footbones in three places. Before that, I broke the two cartilages in my right knee. These are things in my body that I broke. Other than that I have broken many things because I’m very clumsy.
Is having a big ego a negative trait or positive trait?
I think that it’s both an advantage and a disadvantage. The advantage is that people with big egos are very confident in their own abilities. They go boldly forward without the fear of failure.
The disadvantage is that they don’t ask for or accept help. Even when they know they need help, their ego stops them from asking or accepting help from others.
What aspects of your city or neighborhood are you grateful for?
Since the summer break has started, I’ve come to Lahore. It’s a huge sprawling city with all the amenities of modern life available here. I’m grateful that the surgery that’s planned for the end of this month will be performed by a very capable surgeon in this city. And best of all, most of my family is here to lend me moral and statistical support.
Thank you Melanie, for these interesting questions.