Thursday, January 31, 2008
Here is a good quote, from the "More personality=more belonging" myth:
"Introversion and extroversion are learned forms of social behavior [?] that help us navigate our day-to-day lives. They are categories for helping us understand and interpret our relational experiences. But introversion and extroversion neither block nor enhance our experience of belonging. Healthy community can be experienced and developed by introvert and extrovert alike." (p. 17)
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
Friday, January 18, 2008
Bachelor degree online is a resource for people who want to study psychology or religion to delve further into topics like this. The more we understand about these kinds of subjects, the more we can apply our knowledge to daily life.
Friday, January 11, 2008
Tuesday, January 8, 2008
Sunday, January 6, 2008
What do introverts reveal about God? Introverts reveal the creativity of God, who designed the world in all its beauty, color, abundance, and fecundity. They demonstrate the subtlety and the gentleness of God, who often speaks in whispers rather than in horn blasts and who is usually more reticent than he is talkative. For those who are attuned to hear God’s voice, he seems to speak in words or brief sentences more than he speaks in paragraphs. Introverts, when they have attained a level of personal and spiritual maturity, reveal the restfulness of God, who rested after his creative work and who dwells in his own Shalom. Introverts, with their multi-layered personalities that are only unraveled over time, reveal the mystery of God.