I’ve been thinking a lot about universal concepts. I would say food and love are the most obvious things under this category. But the more and more I thought about it, the more I realize that maybe, just maybe the biggest universal concept is the want to be happy with yourself. I cannot think of a time in my life when I’ve reflected on myself and been happy. Yet it’s still something I strive for. Why is that?
I’ve seen from my own personal travels that the feeling of wanting to like the person you see in the mirror is not decreased or amplified, but the exact same. I’ve met people from all socioeconomic groups, in all different countries, who live much different lives than me, yet they strive for the same thing.
Is it just an idea engraved into the human brain? I need to live up to these specific standards or I shouldn’t be proud of myself. Or is it something bigger? Whether a psychological defect in humans or an idea pushed into us at such a young idea, I don’t know.
I was just thinking and I had to let it out.
Peace suckers ✌🏼 ️
Hey guys! So I just wanna talk a little about personality types which is something that fascinates the crap out of me. When I say personality types, I’m not talking about the buzzfeed quiz that you took earlier today, I’m talking about the Myer Briggs personality test. As corny as it sounds, I really feel like I’ve gotten to know myself exponentially more since taking it and researching my type than I normally would have in a decade. There is something about being able to vocalize who you are and how your brain works that is absolutely unreal, and almost an out of body experience. For instance I am an intj, which means I’m introverted, intuitive, thinking, judging. Being this personality type, I often feel alone or lonely, so it is great being in a community with my fellow intj’s. And In my case, I have a whole community that I can complain about the world to (which is freaking amazing). I won’t go to deep into explaining my personality type, cuz it would take a few days to write it all in detail. The basis of my type is that I live my life in an architectural way. I research, plan, and then delegate. There are many more nuances that go along with how I show my emotions (or should I say don’t show them) and how I react to social settings, but I don’t think I should bore yall with my type, when you could be learning about your type instead. So take the test and then in the comments tell me what you are!