Really, Really cool video Dave.
Stig that is sooo interesting to me that you brought up temperament regarding religions.
I took a World Religions class last semester.
It was deeelicious!
I had an excellent, excellent professor. I never found the opportunity to talk to him about temperament so I never asked him personally, but I have NO doubt about him being an Idealist & I really think Idealist Teacher.
It was one of my 1st classes and I learned a lot
His has classes have a reputation for being a tough. (NOT easy)
Temperament preferences for religion became clear for me while studying the various facets of Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam.
But the more I studied, the easier it was to identify temperament preferences in religions.
The timeline we used started @ 7,500 B.C.E.
I'm dying to have a live conversation with someone regarding the combination of these two subjects.
I'm with you on James Dean as Crafter.
This also put me in the mind of a fellow student I met this past semester.
She was an interesting young woman. She was from Kentucky.
- Biology Major. An ROTC student.
- wanted to end up in Forestry somthinoranother. Wanted to work with & protect wild animals.
- Especially liked wild cats. e.g. lions, tigers, cougars.
- had a black belt in one of the martial arts.
- Physically strong, strong woman. And feminine at the same time. NOT a flashy dresser.
- Quiet. Didn't talk much when other people were around us. But full of amazing stories of action to protect her family & friends & animals during times of hardship.
- Told me that her father taught her to never start a fight but to always be prepared to finish one.
- Her facial expressions were similar to the video Dave posted. Intense. Could be scary looking if you didn't know her.
- She was more of a loner on campus. No sorority or clubs.
- Her drug of choice was Adventure/Romance books ... NOT a party girl ... said she liked to have control of herself.
- Said that the majority of her life, her best friends had been boys and because we were at a Women's College she missed "the rumble" of guys. She was referencing sound and movement when she said that.
- For some reason she identified me as one of her folks on campus. She stepped in to help me with organising my time & study habits.
- Not bossy or condescending. She just saw I needed help & showed me how to do it without my having to ask. It was obvious she did not require a lifetime of thankfulness for her actions. She just saw someone who needed help and she knew how to give it, so she did it.
Now that I think about it, we didn't even have a class together. We just met in the cafeteria.
Wonder how that happened!?!