I Knew It ... My Worldview is Scrambled

"Your brain is scrambled."



That's what my friend, Kellih, said one afternoon after a class in which we learned about "right brained" and "left brained" thinkers. Kellih, a very logical math major, was clearly left-brained. I wasn't sure which one I was, so Kellih answered that question for me with those four words: "Your brain is scrambled."



I think she meant it as a compliment.



Anyway, according to something called Worldview Weekend, a link that I got from my fellow iNtuitive Feeler, Marla, over at Proverbial Wife, my worldview is scrambled as well. No wonder I live in a state of perpetual confusion.



Here's the breakdown of my test results:



In the area of Civil Government, I scored as a Secular Humanist Worldview Thinker.



In the area of Economics, I'm a Socialist Worldview Thinker (I think this is partly because I left some of the answers blank. Economics confuse my pretty blonde head).



In the area of Education, I'm a Secular Humanist Worldview Thinker (I'm not particularly surprised about that.)



In the area of Family, I'm a Strong Biblical Worldview Thinker (this was the topic that included abortion questions).



In Law, I'm a Secular Humanist Worldview Thinker (again).



In Religion, I'm a Moderate Biblical Worldview Thinker (not surprising at all, since I'm pretty uncertain about a lot of things).



In Science, I'm a Socialist Worldview Thinker (surprising ... I never thought of myself as a socialistic kinda girl).



In Social Issues, I'm a Strong Biblical Worldview Thinker (very surprising ... I've never thought of myself as a social conservative type).



In defense of my scrambledness, I at least admit to my confused state--something that has often elicited cluck-clucks, tsk-tsks, raised eyebrows, and downright sneers from Strong Biblical and Socialist Worldview Thinkers alike. But I can honestly say that I don't pretend to be something I'm not. The cluck-clucks, tsk-tsks, raised eyebrows, and downright sneers, however, have caused me to remain quiet around certain people regarding my state of perpetual confusion. One grows weary of cluck-clucks, tsk-tsks, raised eyebrows, and downright sneers. One grows weary, indeed.

Comments

Crawdaddy79 said…
Did you mean for that last paragraph to be as ... ... ironic as it was.. I mean.. You said "cluck-clucks, tsk-tsks, raised eyebrows, and downright sneers" about seven hundred times.. I got tired of reading it.. and at the end you said "One grows weary indeed".

Now.. Did I catch on to something that I was meant to, or something that wasn't there till I found it?
Waterfall said…
HA! 700 times? I hereby accuse thee of hyperbole. I only said it three times. But it's good that you saw the irony there ... you're thinking like an English major (or at least, the brother of one)!

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