That's an interesting article Babylon Candle. I do think we view our dominant function through the lens of our auxiliary. I have become conscious of my doing this recently in discussions here - it is hard to resist. I don't think defining our dominant function comes as naturally to us, as it is so ingrained but I do think it is possible with more thought.
I don't think Ne is about change so much as possibilities. Ne users don't need change for the sake of change, it is often the mere result of pursuing possibilities.
My Ne "assumption" would be (note the use of metaphor ): "Above all else..."
...the world is like a elaborate jigsaw puzzle. In order to understand it, we must attempt put the pieces together without the picture to work from.
Or, alternatively, if that is too reductionistic:
... the answers are out there. We must open our minds in order to perceive the threads and stretch our imaginations so that we might see how they can be drawn together.
The Fi is harder for me to work out. I guess I would go a little more subjective: "Above all else..."
...people should always search deep within themselves to uncover what is right and true. We should trust our instincts and do what feels right, not merely what seems right.