I’m not the only blogger who asks provocative questions. Rory, aka, A Guy Called Bloke, has his own set of thought provoking questions.
At what point in our lives do you think we think we are good enough?
The point at which we think we are good enough.
In life, what do you consider beautiful?
The point in life at which we consider life to be beautiful.
Do you think that when we dream, we can dream within a dream? But if you don’t dream, why do you think that is?
I know that there have been times within a dream when I said to myself, “this is just a dream,” but I don’t know if you can actually have a dream within a dream. Then again, I usually can’t remember most of my dreams within a few minutes after waking up.
How do you manage your stress or do you not suffer from stress?
There’s nothing like a little Ben & Jerry’s Stephen Colbert’s Americone Dream ice cream to relieve the stress.
Are there things or maybe just one thing you wish to achieve before you die?
Reaching the point at which I feel I’m good enough and that life is beautiful.
Some experience many things during their lifetimes, but do you think there is something that everyone should experience at least once?
Yes. Eating a whole pint of Ben & Jerry’s Stephen Colbert’s Americone Dream ice cream in one sitting.
Are you afriad to be different? To stand out from the crowd, to push away your peers if needs be and say “I am ME!”
No, I’m not afraid to be different as long as I blend in and remain unnoticed.
Which do you think is easier ‘to hate or to love?’
When I was a young buck, one of my favorite songs was Stephen Stills’ “Love the One You’re With,” where part of the lyrics include the line, “If you can’t be with the one you love honey, love the one you’re with.” My girlfriend at the time hated that that song was my favorite when I was dating her. And that’s all I have to say about love and hate.