I'm a tough and quiet gatekeeper at the door of my life, waiting in front of a mostly empty room with mostly empty armchairs and rows upon rows of books tucked away from busy bustling streets in an alleyway where the sunlight barely reaches at precisely 90° angles to reveal delicate smatterings of dust that float effortlessly in the warmth of a well-tended flame. Here is where tea flows as a verdant spring and music drifts to careful ears without expectation, where knowledge is at leisure to be gifted as such, where food is not merely fuel but, a beautiful human expression of emotional tenderness and care for others. We are actively seeking kindred kind hearts out in the unfathomable black void of existence. We don't have a fucking clue how to find them. We are trying to avoid those heartless and cruel takers, those liars, those manipulators and scoundrels, those that see the world's suffering as justification for their own selfishness. This here is one of our attempts.
I think I've found a sane way to live. Most people I know complain about doing what they want to. What a shame. I do not want to get stuck between desire and responsibility. I'll just try and be happy with less while fighting some political battles to hopefully help bring about equality. If you are interested in knowing more about me I will gladly offer you information.
I'm mostly a quiet socially anxious introvert that mentally documents the human interactions I notice. Except, when I'm using that data to make a point.
INFJ - I'm not the kind've person to get wrapped up in generalizations but this one's the closest generalization to my character I've come across.
"Instead of looking to ourselves for answers, as do his heroes, we must look to others. We are, Camus recognized, condemned to live together in this silent world. Our deepest impulse, once we realize the silence will never end, is to refuse this state of affairs. To shout "no" to the world as it is, to shout "yes" to the world as it should be." - Robert Zaretsky http://www.latimes.com/opinion/commentary/la-oe-zaretsky-camus-centennial-20131107,0,2572061.story#axzz2k4IyzCsN