so schwarzzeneger (guy with hardest name to spell since deukmagian)
approved a gay marriage act.
california repealed it.
i'm really happy i got a black president for my birthday.
but - sorry guys - i was so caught up in making an anti-nationalist stand that i forgot one thing that WAS REALLY important to me.
califormia repealed their same-sex
I signed up for these notes from the Universe. They're a dose of goodness to my day. Well, you know the other night when I said that it can be frustrating not to be understood and people are always telling me I'm crazy...in a good way. LOL! Well I got this one in my e-mail today. What a trip. I love getting these.
Of course not everyone understands you, Jennifer.
It takes crazy to know crazy.
It takes sexy to know sexy.
The School Institution Ever since the dawn of man, human kind has always yearned to achieve perfection, satisfaction, and superiority through the educational process. The school system aids and prepares many to undertake certain task in life and learn the basics of existence by exploring the many masterpieces that mankind have discovered such as math, art, history, science, and etc...This conjecture is no different to many college students, in which education
Dealing with INTJ's
Be willing to back up your statements with facts - or at least some pretty sound reasoning.
* Don't expect them to respect you or your viewpoints just because you say so. INTJ respect must be earned.
* Be willing to concede when you are wrong. The average INTJ respects the truth over being "right". Withdraw your erroneous comment and admit your mistake and they will see you as a very reasonable person. Stick to erroneous comments
One of the definitions I came across for personality is "A mask for the spirit." I thought that was deep and it hit home. My belief is that we are all God experiencing a different story through each individual experience. Of course a lot of us can relate to each other because we've, "Been there, done that...got the stinking t-shirt." But, it is each a unique experience. It kind of reminds me of that scene in War Games: