“The ancient Jews always blamed themselves when things fell apart. They acted as if God’s goodness – the goodness of reality – was axiomatic, and took responsibility for their own failure. That’s insanely responsible. But the alternative is to judge reality as insufficient, to criticize Being itself, and to sink into resentment and the desire for revenge.”
–12 Rules For Life, Dr. Jordan Peterson, 157.
[posting][opinion] Ceding INTJ Control: Part One
Trust in the Lord with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He shall direct your paths. -Proverbs 3: 5-6 When it comes to being a Type 5w6 INTJ, I’m a pretty happy camper. However, there are some times when I frustrate myself or catch…
[opinion] The INTJ Internal Debate
On the outside, I look quite calm. My face may even be described stony… You might as me, “Hey, how are you doing?”, and I’d probably answer with the standard, “OK”. But I’m not OK. I just don’t know how NOT OK I am. It’s not always easy for people like me to understand on…