There are thousands of ways to classify and group people.
Right hand vs Left handed. Blond vs Brunette. Southerners vs. Northerners. The Rich vs. The Poor…
Some times these broad looks at human behavior can be entertaining, some times they are harmful, many times they can be amusing.
Today I am going to share an idea which comes from The Movement about 4 types of people.
I find this concept particularly useful. It crosses my mind consciously most times and likely subconsciously every time I meet someone.
In this case the question of sorting people is specific to questioning. Do they question anything? If so, how does it play out in these two critical areas
There is one kind of person who questions them self, and they question others. This person examines their own actions/thoughts/feelings, and will question the actions/thoughts/and feelings of other people around them.
A second kind of person questions them self, but does not question others. This person will have doubts and questions about the things they do, how they think, and what they feel but are unwilling to question anyone else.
A third kind does not question them self, but they will question others. This person may have certain assurance of their actions, their beliefs, and their feelings but will question the people around them.
The forth kind does not question them self, and does not question others. There are a few particular ways this is manifested and I will talk about that in the second part.