Pick a door from the picture below:
Which door caught your attention first? Which one seemed the most ideal to you? Don’t think about it too much, just go with the one you resonate with immediately.
The door you chose can tell you a lot about your motives and your deepest desires.
If you chose door number one:
You seek a path to freedom.
You like having lots of space for yourself and to forge your own pathway, especially if there are endless possibilities.
You’re independent and don’t like confrontation.
You don’t want to be rushed and like to savor your time.
If you chose door number two:
You prefer the private path over the path well traveled.
You like to travel alone, live alone, think alone and be alone.
Your pathway is a path for one.
You may be original, creative, insightful, philosophical, and introverted.
You view the world in a unique way.
If you chose door number three:
You’re an engaging person who loves to be a part of the world, taking it all in and experiencing it all.
You’re curious by nature and always excited to learn more about the place you call home.
You tend to be witty and people are always laughing at you.
If you chose door number four:
You want the exciting path through life!
You love chaos and unpredictable situations. You are drawn into the unknown.
You don’t care about rules one little bit.
You’re spontaneous and a major thrill seeker.
Your favorite thing ever is an afternoon in an amusement park riding the biggest, scariest rides.
If you chose door number five:
You like a calm, welcoming path.
You enjoy the clear-cut path forward.
Sometimes you like the easy option and just don’t want to pick something that’ll be harder on you than necessary, and that’s fine.
You’re often appreciated for being down to earth.
If you chose door number six:
Like I did, you enjoy the quieter path.
You can spend huge lengths of time alone without feeling particularly lonely.
You like the still, quiet path forward.
You want to take in everything that you see and truly be a part of your environment.
You value true relationships over all else.
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