What's up everybody,
I am but a grain of a song of sand, and by Jung's reckoning, an extremely neurotic introvert. What does he know. I reckon I'm just one of those hyper-lucid artistic types who sees the world for what it is: abstract, man. Your individual identity becomes impossible to maintain when you think of a grand informational world made up of a collective consciousness. Individuals are virtual particles in the seas of scientific knowledge, artistic thought, and common sense.
I'm looking forward to hearing how other people see the world. I have something of a low opinion of structure-first systems like Socionics and the enneagram (as opposed to things like schizotypy, whose evolution ahs been guided by factor analysis... no wastebin monstrosities like the ILI to be found there), but the people who employ them often have juicy ways of interpreting things. I may have no respect for your system as a form of knowledge, but I have full respect for you, the user, as a mind, fascinating in its own right.
At the moment, I'm working on a novel roleplaying experience in Oblivion. While it's interesting enough to beat a dead author with a bundle of symbols, I think it's even more interesting to play as a character constantly mentally assailed and compulsively guided by what he perceives as messages sent by some kind of entity. The way his language of symbols evolves is also an interesting experience.
The sad irony of all this is that English was my worst and most hated subject in school.