I’ve done quite a bit of personal analysis and had many laughs with friends over personality profiles. I love understanding what makes people tick, and I think it’s aided in a lot of personal growth over the years too. While there’s a lot of personality profiles out there, I find MBTI the best (I think some versions you have to pay for, but here’s a free version.) Or iPersonic, which is must faster, and still pretty fun.
But it’s good to keep it all in perspective. I read this from Oswald Chambers this week, and it was a good reminder to not get too wrapped up in “finding answers” for myself alone.
. . . that they may be one just as We are one . . . —John 17:22