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25 January 2009

A Romantic Self-knowing Believer? Take the Quiz!

I saw this on Julie's site when I came back to my blog last week and I mentally said to myself "I wanna do that quiz, just to see if who I am is who they judge me to be by their criteria." So here it is, Sunday morning and I promised myself that I would blog SOMETHING every day, and I don't have much time before we head out for church but I remembered the quiz on Julie's blog and I thought it might do the trick. If you haven't, you really should do this quiz - it gives you some ideas of what you might plan for in your future. Take me for example: I am going to start on my five year plan and get a tattoo (was planning on that anyway for this year). Here are my results (see comments to follow):

I took the 43 Things Personality Quiz and found out I'm a
Romantic Self-Knowing Believer

0.62% of the 73503 people who have taken this quiz are like you.

Romantic? Absolutely! Maybe too much so, because my head is in the clouds on this one. Maybe I haven't been terribly lucky in love, but I believe in it with everything in me.

Self-knowing? A work in progress. I am self-aware, but there are times I astonish myself. Maybe I dwell on it too much, but at least I am realistic about who I am and what I am capable of accomplishing.

Believer? I used to be a sceptic. God was a big part of my upbringing, but as life's little surprises took their toll on me, the existence of God became a big question mark in my mind. I have always been spiritual but I wasn't sure about HIM. Rory changed that for me. Maybe I shouldn't give all the credit to him, but he was a devout believer and a churchgoer, and we talked about my doubts and the source of my questioning. Then he took me to his church and I found the answers I was seeking. You can live a lifetime and never miss what I found with Rory and my new church family, but once you've experienced it, you can't ever be satisfied without it. Yeah, I'm a believer.

1 comment:

Travis said...

I've been working on my 5 year plan for about 15 years now.


A tattoo isn't part of my plan though.