The new Ubuntu confuses and frightens me. It's so.. unfamiliar. I want to retreat back to the safety of the 'known.' This must be how old people feel all the time.
Originally Posted by Unkindloving
- The greatest disconnect for me when it comes to learning new people face-to-face is in the distractions it poses. We can feign actually knowing each other because we are simply being around each other. Oh look- a movie. Oh look- something online. Oh listen- music. Oh hey- cuddles and kisses and sleep and closeness.
But do I know you? But do you know me?
But do you even know the difference between just doing and really knowing?
Geez, yeah. I just try to keep in mind that people have their layers--that there's some "figurin' one another out" before we truly get to the core of the other. Until then, we're putting on at least a bit of a 'front' for the other.
Some people are destined to be our acquaintances, it seems; fewer are destined to be our close friends.
Hehe. Having an ESTJ is like having a pit bull - they're intimidating, they're adorable, they love to cuddle, and if they think someone is going to harm you, they bark really viciously and threaten to bite them.