I like myself when I am in a good mood. I think I have fun. I think I spread happiness. It’s just an all around good time.
I am in a good mood today.
It was probably 10 years ago I took the Myers-Briggs Personality Test and it said I was an extrovert and a thinker. Among others. I KNOW now that I am not an extrovert. But I think I am starting to think that I am a feeler.
Call me crazy, but when I really look at my life I see myself listening to my heart more often than my brain.
Maybe, more accurately, I am growing up and becoming more balanced. I seem to be a thinker with big decisions and a feeler with the little ones.
Here is my point. I remember when I left the church that I was so convinced that it was everyone else’s fault. It all just seemed like one big lie. It made me learn to hate it. Or hate myself for letting it happen.
Feelings aren’t always what they seem to be. I was wrong. I admit I could not have known enough to be a judge of it all. Sure there was plenty of blame to go around.
But it wasn’t one big lie. There are always lies being mixed in with the truth in life.
But that is why we all are thinkers and feelers. More importantly, I am very glad to have Truth to anchor us.