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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    Ok, you asked for it:



    All of this probably just shows that I've been deluding myself about having dominant Ni.
    Are these your responses, Sky? Seems very Ne with some Ni to me.

    I think picture interpretations for cognitive functions are VERY illustrative, and possibly the best way to find someone's preferences. Let's do more pics, OP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    Are these your responses, Sky? Seems very Ne to me.

    I think picture interpretations for cognitive functions are VERY illustrative, and possibly the best way to find someone's preferences. Let's do more pics, OP.
    Yup. All mine. That figures, I'm an INFP after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    Yup. All mine. That figures, I'm an INFP after all.
    No way. REally? Didn't you say you can be ENFPish?

    Perhaps you are Ne/Ni/Fe...or something along those lines. Are you more Te or Ti? I don't doubt your infj status. But you do seem to be a good mediator. And obviously your Ne is pretty good, at least in that post. Or maybe I'm wrong.
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    The American dream is for sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    No way. REally? Didn't you say you can be ENFPish?

    Perhaps you are Ne/Ni/Fe...or something along those lines. Are you more Te or Ti? I don't doubt your infj status. But you do seem to be a good mediator. And obviously your Ne is pretty good, at least in that post. Or maybe I'm wrong.
    I can also be ENFJish and ISFJish, I can be all over the place.

    I don't really doubt my INFJ status either. But you are correct, Ne seems to be my "strongest", followed by Ni and Fe. I seem to be more Ti. But who knows anyway.

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    The family is finally off to their new home.

    The family lost their home.

    Either change represents new beginnings and ambivalence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    I didn't notice their clothing, save for mom's skirt.

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    At my house, if a plant tries to grow on the front steps, sucker's getting trampled!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cafe View Post
    At my house, if a plant tries to grow on the front steps, sucker's getting trampled!
    Yeah, I can relate. Between the chickens and the deer and the kids, I can't grow anything besides grass.
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    Why is the FOR SALE sign the focus of the picture? Oh, I'll bet the family has lost their home. That's why their arms are around each other; they're trying to comfort one another . . . although they could just as easily be looking at a home they've just bought, embracing each other in a sort of familial bliss. It would be difficult to imagine why the sign would still be up, though. It could be, though, and I suppose it's quite possible that the picture is meant to be ambiguous. If so, it's a portrait not of the loss of homes or of the purchase of them, but somehow of both at once. It's very fitting for these times, when home ownership is surrounded by just as much uncertainty as this picture suggests.

    I still haven't answered the question I started with, though--why is the sign at the forefront? I think it's to turn the family into an almost anonymous mass, a sort of every-family that each actual one can relate to. If the family were in focus, the picture would appear relevant to them rather than society at large.
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    Why do people turn sadness like losing a home into something bad happened. What if the husband got a huge raise, they are moving up in life, but are thinking about the house like it was a part of its family and how it will be missed though they are off to bigger and better.
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