can you enlighten me on this. I have a lot of interests but I naturally want to connect most of them for a singular purpose (for example learning multiple concepts that are required to establish my own business - business is the singular purpose here). But the singular purpose will only come through once I am able to dabble on random interests. So the process is like - try random stuff -> find purpose for them instead of the other way around. I am thinking IJs will establish the purpose first -> try random stuff that will connect to their purpose. Is that right?
I am only 23 if that matters. For added nuance there are also random stuff I do that doesn't necessarily connect to that one purpose. Like I realized that I wanted to organize my stuff. I figured I can build my own organizer and it would be cheaper so I spent my a few weekends on it. The only goal here is to organize, but my main purpose in life is not just that. The next weeks I'll probably spend time on another random interest, maybe researching about religion or something. But I do think that I need to try a lot of things and this behavior will probably not change. It's like I need it because I need to experience the world first and to see their "sameness" and connection with each other. In the future I'll be able to relate these concepts and experiences, for example I'll just have a sudden insight on the relation between organization and religion. I guess my focus is to see things as metaphors of each other. What temperament is this?