One of the Myers-Briggs personality types is INTP.
INTP’s connect dots automatically.
They can’t help looking for things to help the world make sense. Here’s a summary from a place that explains that kind of thing:
The task of the INTP’s mind is to fit each encountered idea or experience into a larger structure. Their central goal is to understand and seek truth.
They like to understand the structures and processes that govern the world and mold them with their own ideas and designs. They like to understand many things at deep levels.
You’re probably some other personality type. You’re not driven to connect the dots.
But you still want your life, your world, your hopes and dreams to make sense.
I’m an INTP, so since I’m going to be covering this corner of the pool anyway, you’re welcome to hang out here.
From now on I may not always describe it as ‘connecting the dots.’ I may not always take you in the kitchen like we did some here during the 31 Days. It might be more subtle. I may just catch the fish and cook the meal and present it.
If you like that kind of thing I hope we can become friends.
You’ve been assigned your own corner of the pool. I’m sure the way God has made you will end up helping me just like I want to help you. Thanks in advance.