Sunday chit chat with Rory

The Morning Dawdler

Rory has posted his fresh batch of questions, straight from his fertile imagination


What is the best way to cook an egg, and what is your favourite egg dish?

I’m not very keen on eggs. Perhaps because during my various diets, I’ve had too many of them. I don’t like the smell of eggs so I try to cook them in a way that would minimize this aroma. Boiled eggs are fine and so are scrambled ones. I really prefer someone else to cook eggs for me, like a chef in a restaurant!

What makes for a good listener, and are you one, or do you only hear people as noise?

A good listener should be paying full attention to what the other person is saying/ talking about. I am trying to be a good listener and making an effort to not let my monkey brain wander from topic to topic when someone is talking to me. It never is that bad that I’d consider what others are saying as noise, but I could be thinking my thoughts when I should be listening!

How well can you control your emotions, and is it hard to keep them in check with moments and times when you feel passionate or angry with others or situations?

I am quite good at controlling my emotions. I don’t get angry often or have a meltdown. I do get passionate about things I believe in but in a good way, i.e.; trying to convince others. But being an average human, there may be times when I get teary-eyed, depressed, or angry if enough buttons are pushed.

Is it necessary for you to be remembered by others for your contribution to life?

Not necessary to be remembered at all. What difference will it make to me since I’ll be dead! But I’d rather like to be remembered well rather than badly when I’m dead. To that end, I try to not be a nuisance in life for others. And I tell others the same. Don’t become a burden to others. Be kind and generous so that people don’t wish you dead!

#Keepitalive

#Q&A

18 thoughts on “Sunday chit chat with Rory

  1. Albumin found mostly in our tissues especially blood form the nauseating smell you notice. Human blood, eggs, amniotic fluid, and sperms all have this smell. But if you notice it, just understand. Awesome question.

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