One thing that always drove me crazy about religious people is that many of them were so concrete (black and white) in their thinking. They seemed to have no interest in exploring ideas the way I do. I considered them "stupid" and I think they considered me "weird." My attitude has changed dramatically of late, due in some part to a sort of pop psychology personality test call "True Colors." The test groups people in to four basic catagories, each with a designated color: Green - Philosophical, critical thinker types (abstract thinkers) Blue - Warm, empathetic types (abstract thinkers) Orange - Kinetic, action oriented types (concrete thinkers) Gold - Well organized, detail oriented types (concrete thinkers) Statistically, 75% of all people test as Gold or Orange. 25% are Blues and Greens. I understand that my status as a permanent minority is cynched. I never fit in... Well there's why. See my "Dancing Bear" blog for some conclusions I drew from this information.
Interpretation of True Colors: