All MBTI, All the Time
I don't see any grand Jungian conspiracy in the Myers-Briggs tests...it is a tool and a tool can be used for good or for ill. But the test is based on self-reported answers...(Disputations has a devastingly funny send-up here).
Fr. Jim finds it interesting that 6 of the 10 SJ'rs in St. Blog's have Latin names. I can't speak for the rest, but Latin isn't special to me other than it holds the otherness of a foreign language. I would be just as happy with a German title, for reasons of opacity. As a lover of mystery, I like trapdoors and hidden passages. How cool was it that a decorative bust at Wayne Manor hid a button that when pressed opened a wall to a pair of firehouse poles? I used to have an unlabeled asterisk on my blog which, when clicked, led you to my rather anemic website. Wouldn't it be fun to have a wall of books that when a certain book is removed you find it open into a secret passage to - where? A secret library of course.