I had a great conversation with an ENFP friend tonight. She feels no moral imperatives besides "do no harm." She has no expectations, and is therefore joyful when she finds out that "there's nachos!" She has more emotional space in her heart for other worldviews than I do, and is more generous with others fucking up.
I feel like I have all sorts of moral imperatives that go beyond "do no harm." I believe we should serve the world, and on the flip side, that we should humbly accept the help and generosity of others, because we're all here to connect. I see the world through action-oriented imperatives (ex. reach out and talk to someone who is hurting); ENFP friend doesn't. It doesn't mean that our behaviour is that different, she reaches out to help people, but she doesn't feel any *sense of responsibility* to help anyone.
Do 1s need to give in to the existential fuckitalls and have no expectations such that we're happy with nachos, or are we just not built that way? There's a white knight/judgmental/anxiety/anger element to having a world full of moral imperatives. Is our journey as 1s to learn how to give in to it all? Or do we have a mission and a purpose that makes our weaknesses understandable?