When I read them, my first thoughts were ESTj and ISFj.
I'm also curious about how a PoLR type will approach spirituality/religion. I started a few threads before about other people I know who wrote about matters regarding spirituality and it seems that the general concensus is always ENFj, or an NF temperament.
My stuff is in italics. I'd say it could very well be someone who is Delta, but military life would make anyone bored and homesick, so it's hard to say where that ends and type begins.Originally Posted by eunice
It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so.-Mark Twain
You can't wake a person who is pretending to be asleep.
I've been half-braindead the entire day (no coffee today), so maybe it's because of this, but I found the text exhausting. As if the person is playing around with words, not expressing what I need to see expressed. There's a kind of emotional open-endedness in his style - the reader can decide how to feel about what the writer has experienced.
duh.Religion is man's search for the supernatural, or for God, or for a higher purpose or meaning in life.
He's trying to explain the essence of what cannot be explained, what can only be felt. Also, I find it noteworthy that he can't resist playing around with words, trying to characterize everything with the right words. That's .