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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post

    Perception is going to give us different answers to a very simple question. And that i believe is the beauty of life .. Life viewed by many eyes.
    Well then, if perception is wisdom, who likes to view more perceptions? Ni-doms perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craft View Post
    Well then, if perception is wisdom, who likes to view more perceptions? Ni-doms perhaps?
    I'd rather not limit it to a type if thats OK ..

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    I think when it comes to wisdom, 'Life Wisdom' isn't necessarily something you can type, it is simply a collection of experiences and the subjects' ability to learn and gain knowledge from them. I would not have thought a person's type would correlate so much with how much wisdom they can glean from their own past, from others and life around them.

    Wisdom in the terms of book knowledge is i would think is a more measureable field than life in MBTI.

    IMHO anyway.

    I could be wrong =)

    Terrible things happen to good people every day.
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    ISFJs and INFJs

    Wait. Did I already say that? It is obviously correct

    Edit: Maybe because they are smart in ways I am stupid

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    Imo, for "life wisdom" you need at least these three things:
    1. You have to be open for any input AND conclusion (or you will constantly be a victim of ignorance and/or cognitive dissonance)
    2. You should let yourself have the time to evaluate what you experienced, but also, you have to experience as much as possible
    3. Never let feelings overwhelm your decision, but also never ignore them completely(to be honest, that's the point I personally have issues with)

    Oh, and a very ... superficial thing: You have to be somewhat-intelligent & have a somewhat-decent memory. There are surely more points, but that are the ones that came to my mind.

    As you see, it's important that you have a balanced personality.

    It's not necessary that you match this all the time - In fact, the people with the most "life wisdom" are often the ones who did many stupid things when they were younger.

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    In my head, it's always winter. Jay!
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    What is wisdom anyway?
    Who can say if one is wise or not?
    If all people were the same, yes we could say...look that guy is wiser, because we would all aspire to the same thing.
    But we're not the same, we aspire to all kinds of crazy shit.

    I do believe that introspection is required for wisdom, also ..no/few cognitive errors. For instance, a person who generalizes cannot be wise, because his view on things is flawed.

    Not all people aspire to wisdom, from what I've seen, most people aspire to comfort. But wisdom can be comforting too.

    For me the wise oak is the INTP.
    Why?
    Because INTPs have similar values like ENTPs.

    But in the end wisdom is mostly not type related.

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    I heard a good one lately:

    There are two male bulls standing on a hill and looking over a herd of female cows. Says the young bull: "let's run down the hill and have us a cow !" Says the old bull: "Nah, we'll walk down the hill and have them all."
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    How ironic, the lack of wisdom in this thread...

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    I think that some types start out wise, making good choices for their life.

    Other types make a lot of mistakes and then develop wisdom as they age.

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    Lily, I mean this in the nicest possible way but these threads are ridiculous. "Which type has the most nose hair??"

    You can make it more clear that it's not meant to be serious if you put them in the fluff zone.
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