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    This can be difficult.
    I'd base it on what their values are.
    The ISFJ is most concerned with obeying laws and will often obey what society says, unless a rule is truly unjust and conflicts with their values.
    The INFJ is most concerned with figuring out what the laws should be and then obeying those.
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    I'll be an ass again, we naturally sit on a higher cognitive playing field, describing the injustice the ISFJ doesn't so clearly and readily see.
    "Truth stands true, independent of whether you agree with it or not."

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    Oh my.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Oh my.
    Do you see that, it's not so much the look of shock, but love. I feel it!
    "Truth stands true, independent of whether you agree with it or not."

    "Don't let what matters least, matter most."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Oh my.
    No worries Hmm.

    All INFJs do not think so poorly of ISFJs. Most of us do not "sweep-heap" intolerable projections and prejudices on entire groups of people. And some of us do not dish what we know our fragile psyches cannot take.
    "The purpose of life is to be defeated by greater and greater things." - Rainer Maria Rilke

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    No worries Hmm.

    All INFJs do not think so poorly of ISFJs. Most of us do not "sweep-heap" intolerable projections and prejudices on entire groups of people. And some of us do not dish what we know our fragile psyches cannot take.
    Yeah, I know. Thanks INFJs seem great to me.

    I'm sure paisley and I will warm up to each other.

    INFJ's are like the most uncommon type, aren't they? So hard to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Yeah, I know. Thanks INFJs seem great to me.

    I'm sure paisley and I will warm up to each other.

    INFJ's are like the most uncommon type, aren't they? So hard to find.
    I wouldn't blame ya if ya didn't wanna run into us either.

    We're usually lurking about, quietly watching you with intensity... along with everyone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    I wouldn't blame ya if ya didn't wanna run into us either.
    Nonsense.


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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    No worries Hmm.

    All INFJs do not think so poorly of ISFJs. Most of us do not "sweep-heap" intolerable projections and prejudices on entire groups of people. And some of us do not dish what we know our fragile psyches cannot take.
    That's wholly reading into what I'm saying. You really think what I said is "intolerable projections and prejudices"? Maybe annoyed and impatient while communicating.

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    ISFJ: IS, EF ISFJ Profile read IS paragraph
    ISFJ Relationships, read 2nd last line.

    I don't view all of the ISFJ's with disdain, Queen Elizabeth II is an ISFJ for crying out loud, and I really have nothing against her. It's just the stark contrast in personality and thinking between the two, that I'm surprised more INFJ's and ISFJ's don't resonate with. We truly do process everything, almost completely differently.

    Like I said, read through those type distinctions, and what I'm saying, jumps from the page.
    "Truth stands true, independent of whether you agree with it or not."

    "Don't let what matters least, matter most."

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    I think ISFJs can be pretty cool but I tend to clash with SJs. I've reached the conclusion that my iNtuition is so high that we tend to miscommunicate and create tension. Neither is better than the other. ISFJs are so much better at dealing w/ details and reality while INFJs are better at abstract things. We need people that are practical and attentive to details. Could you imagine if all nurses were INFJs. That would be chaos. INFJs would probably kill a patient because they would end up forgetting that that particular patient is allergic to pennicillin.

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