Tests & Results Below:
- StrengthsFinder: Strategic, Ideation, Learner, Input, Intellection
- Jung / Meyers-Briggs / Keirsey: NT Rational, INTP Architect
- Jung’s Cognitive Functions: Ti, Fi, Te, Ne
- Multiple Intelligences: Logical, Spatial, Naturalist, Verbal
- R-Drive: Intellectual Reward Drive
- SLOAN / Big 5 / Global 5: sCxx|I|
- Advanced Global: (see below)
- Oldham Types: Leisurely, Sensitive
- Enneagram: 5, 9, so/sx/sp
- Kingdomality: The Discoverer
- Personality Defect: Robot (Rational, Introverted, Gentle, Humble)
Some Cool Personality Tests and Sites
or, How to explain Socialism to Millennials
Socialism sounds like a great idea — Free stuff, right and left. Just think how cushy life would be if someone else paid for everything: food, shelter, clothing, medical.
The problem is
these perks ALWAYS come with strings.
It’s just like living with Mom and Dad. No rent, no job, no responsibility — no problems, right?
But living with your folks definitely has its drawbacks. Sure, they pay for everything you need — but they get to decide what you need and they don’t really care about all the stuff you want.
Why am I named Sunny? Do I like my name?
Here’s a comment I made on BehindTheName.com about my name, Sunny:
As a 45-year-old woman with the name Sunny on my birth certificate …
Sunny is an excellent name for a girl. For one thing, it’s easy to pronounce (unlike my surname). It ought to be easy to spell — I always say, “Sunny, like the weather” — but folks always want to put an ‘i’ on the end or spell it like the boy’s name ‘Sonny’ (Do I LOOK like a boy? Not!).
I’m going though an online Evangelism Boot Camp from The Pocket Testament League*.
In the first lesson they suggest you describe what your life was like before you found Christ and how it has changed since. This was a little difficult for me because I don’t have a specific conversion event: I was raised Christian and have grown in my faith over time.
As believers, we do undergo a transformation at the point of our salvation but we are also under the constant revision of ‘sanctification’ throughout our Christian walk. Stories about the conviction of the Holy Spirit (a holy attitude adjustment) can not only show a before/after but also show what it means to be a Christian — that being saved doesn’t mean you’re perfect, just forgiven and open to God’s correction.
Categories: Faith, Life
Tags: life, religion
The Supreme Court of the United States released its decision on the topic of gay marriage on Friday (article).
The majority view (p. 6-39) supported gay marriage as a constitutional right, thereby nullifying any state laws addressing the issue.
The minority views (p. 40-103) included the opinion that this was fundamentally and constitutionally a states’ rights issue and the prediction that this decision would inevitably be used to restrict religious liberty.
For context, it should be noted that gay marriage was a total non-starter just a generation ago. Opinions on the topic have been evolving over the years, to the point that many states have legalized civil unions between members of the same sex and some states have taken up legislation regarding gay marriage or had referendums on the topic.
I suspect that gay marriage may have obtained majority support in the U.S. within the next decade or so.
I somehow ended up reading the article How to Procrastinate and Still Get Things Done by John Perry and found myself nodding the entire time.
In the article, John Perry, a former professor of philosophy at Stanford University, describes his ‘structured procrastination’ method of utilizing his procrastinating nature to get stuff done.
How did I become a Bible Christian*?
What factors in my life guided me?
Well, to begin with, I was blessed with a strong Christian mother … Continue reading
Another thing (previous post) that bugs me is when so-called scientists fail to use error-bar language when they talk to the media. They speak with such certainty that the public automatically accepts their conclusions without considering the limits of the research.
Over-certainty may lead the public to believe that the science is settled, that the scientific community is in agreement (consensus) on the topic. Often this is NOT the situation. Continue reading
Categories: Life, Science
Something that really bugs me is how the news will announce the findings from some research study but fail to draw the proper conclusions.
EXAMPLE: I once read an article about research that found a correlation between children who have nightlights and children who wore glasses. The article immediately jumped to the conclusion that having a nightlight causes vision problems in children — but that causation was not found in the research! Continue reading
Categories: Life, Science