o) unconventional in his thought, but not too extraordinary in his habits.
o) knows what he wants at almost every time
o) outgoing, funny, quite smart, sarcastic, caring, quite sensitive, sometimes romantic, sometime extremely sober-minded, not accepting anything as given, scrutinizing...
o) into meta-physics, psychology, esoterical literature...
o) loves languages
o) Enneagramm - social ONE, sexual TWO, personal FOUR
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o) or in other words: ENFJ - The Teacher (don't hate me for that ;o)) ...I'm becoming more and more an INTJ anyway.
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ask me again in a couple of years ;o)
languag(es) and teaching them.
* the Psychology of Human Being (= of being Human) - see later - and in
* Languages - or more precisely: in "Language" as a phenomenon and the secret of (good) conversation:
though I`m actually learning Arabic as my 6th language ( ...well with my little Spanish and not so little French I`ll come up to 8), I`m more interested in finding answers to questions of Comparative Linguistics like:
(•) why can there never be a PERFECT translation? why, for instance, is it impossible to translate certain jokes? why you can not express certain complex things like emotions in every language in the same or almost same way?
The truth is, that not even in ONE language you can ever transmit an idea 100% precisely! When we speak, we communicate on different "channels" (cf.(•)) at the same time and you can not say to which of them the other party will pay most attention: this is the root of every misunderstanding!!
(if you are interested in the subject, drop me a line and I`ll explain...)
(•) what are the consequences, that words have different ranges of meaning in the several languages? how do various possibilities (and kinds - cf. (•)) of expressing things condition / mould / limit (native) speakers in their way of thinking / acting / expressing?
(•) what are the channels of Human communication (body-language, gestures, illness&accidents, sign-language of deaf people, ... ) and what their inter-cultural differences?
a. s. o. Greek, Enneagramm, Brazil
there is no typical Friday Night
(but there is a typical Saturday morning ;o) ... kidding!)