Yes. I guess I actually am joyful and happy by nature. There have been times I was more interested in mbti and less, the most influential reason I got really into it was to understand an individual, (actually got me joined here, too), and people in general, including my own "type". When I was going through some stuff a couple of years ago, I was still somewhat interested in mbti, but for different reasons, I didn't care about anything or anyone, I just wanted to understand what was going on in myself, rather self-absorbed. I wouldn't have been interested enough to join a forum.
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Originally Posted by Edgar
Spamtar - a strange combination of boorish drunkeness and erudite discussions, or what I call "an Irish academic"
I love this and I can actually agree. I try to keep my mind dancing towards happiness too. Sometimes it works.
It's almost as though happiness is calling to me and all I have to do is answer. But sometimes I hide my little nose in my paws, but she still keeps calling. "Come on Victor", she says, "Come on, come to me".