I'm the kind of person who skips to the conversation when reading a book.
Last week a Harry Potter chart was making the rounds on Facebook.
“Who are you?” it boldly asked, somewhat enticingly.
Then a friend sent me the same one. “I just saw this link today, and it made me laugh to see where you landed,” she said. “At least you weren’t Voldemort.”
I should have known not to look. Draco Malfoy. Ugh. I’m Draco Malfoy.
I told Deirdre about it, and she said, “At least you weren’t Umbridge.” It was not comforting.
Being an INTJ is something I wrestle with and have trouble fully accepting. Sometimes, I shake an angry fist at God, and ask Him, “Why INTJ?”
I don’t like being an INTJ. Can you tell?
Someone pointed out that as we age, the opposite qualities deepen. I have taken the test a number of times since I was in my 20s without a change in the final result. However, my J is softening to almost a P. Hermione I could live with.
The Daily Prompt asked today: If you were forced to give up one sense, but gain super-sensitivity in another, which senses would you choose? That was easy for me to answer.
I would give up Common Sense. Enough of these logical paths. I would lose my analytical, structured way of thinking.
And Nonsense? Come on in and take over! I would be wildly creative in ways no one would even dream. I would be Hagrid. I would hatch dragons and hippogriffs. I would be jolly.
From the Strategist to the Artist: that’s what I would change.
How about you? Which Harry Potter character are you? What would you change?
To take the Myers-Briggs Personality Assessment, go here: 16 Personalities.