2: What is your favorite book? (Why is it your favorite?) The Tanakh (Old Testament) because it is the first book that I read on my own and the Scripture has been important to my Protestant family for centuries. As I converted to Judaism and came to see how I could relate intimately to the experiences of the Jews and feeling like one who has been marginalized, oppressed most of my life.
3: If you had to move and could only take 3 things with you, what would they be? I would take my family (or handgun if I'm not allowed to take people), my car, and cell phone.
4: If your closest friend wrote a book about your life, what would the title be? James, a Memoir
My questions: 5. Talk about being an INFJ: I have always been introverted and prefer quiet surroundings and alone time, I have muscle memory like intuition, am deeply empathetic/compassionate, and tend to judge within my thoughts (but as an introvert I usually do not express those judgments aloud, I prefer to keep my personal opinions to myself, otherwise they would not be personal or private in my view). I gravitated away from extroverted careers like retail or open office work and instead to hands on warehouse work, then working as a commercial driver which is mostly solitary, and now I am seeking a virtual career from home in disability policy and digital activism or a work-from home logistics position. Being an INFJ has its happy moments and perks which often go unnoticed or unappreciated but also has downfalls such as being a target of suspicion for our quietness and solitude or for being "different."
6. What is unique about my experience as a left-handed, blue-eyed, brown & wavy-haired person? I have found that most of the belligerence and discrimination I have faced from others has been by people who are brown-eyed, straight-haired, and right handed. Likewise, most of my good friends and family have the same eye color and or hair type as me, and being left-handed also doesn't hurt.