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    Quote Originally Posted by chachamaru View Post
    I love feeling that the world is a beautiful place, and I have recently come to a deep than mental understanding of it.

    Is that Ni, Fi, Se?
    A combination of Ni and Se.

    For me...Ni's a mixed bag. Gives me a big picture view of the world, which at the same time gives me a bad sense of me being insignificant.
    I much prefer Te and Se. Keeps me connected to the world.
    “To explain all nature is too difficult a task for any one man or even for any one age. 'Tis much better to do a little with certainty, & leave the rest for others that come after you, than to explain all things by conjecture without making sure of any thing.”—Statement from unpublished notes for the Preface to the Opticks (1704) by Newton.

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    Ti is my hero. It gives confidence and comfort. Even if Ne/Fe do not produce spectacular results (wealth, fame, security), I trust Ti to provide some understanding of the circumstances in which I find myself. If I understand then I can persevere.

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    Ni or Se are my play functions. Ni for in my head, Se for in my environment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet
    Someone made a thread once about S's turning N when they are tired, and N's turning S when they're tired. I always thought it was an interesting concept. For me when I'm tired I get rather spacey/ daydreamey...
    You turn into your opposite type, not just s-to-n or n-to-s.

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    Si. I love detail and safety. I always feel like I'm in a fortress when I'm reveling in my Si :workout:

    Oh, and I'm ISFJ
    "The man who is swimming against the stream knows the strength of it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Ne, for sure. I am happiest when I can be spontaneous or procrastinate and just go with the flow and follow my ideas, or explore my world, or live in imaginary land (either of my own making, or by watching movies or reading fiction). I also love to analyze topics of my own choosing (less so for structured things like school or work assignments, though, because deadlines and structure smack of Te/Si) and play with theories about things I'm genuinely interested in.

    I also like to tell stories, which apparently is a form of Ne mixing fantasy with the reality of the present moment or something.

    Speaking of procrastination and work assignments, I really better stop posting...
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    Perceiving functions are more "fun" to most people on this thread...it sounds like most people don't think judging functions are "fun".

    Well, for me, my Fe/Ti tells my Ni/Se what will be most fun for me. If my Fe/Ti weren't also active, then I'd get all sorts of shit from my Ni/Se and not have any fun at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random Ness View Post
    Perceiving functions are more "fun" to most people on this thread...it sounds like most people don't think judging functions are "fun".

    Well, for me, my Fe/Ti tells my Ni/Se what will be most fun for me. If my Fe/Ti weren't also active, then I'd get all sorts of shit from my Ni/Se and not have any fun at all.
    I actually think it may just be that more P's posted here than J's.

    Although most people here seem to like their extraverted function more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I actually think it may just be that more P's posted here than J's.

    Although most people here seem to like their extraverted function more.
    Yea, extroversion seems more comfortable overall.. Introverted functions remind me of being serious and lame and tired and uptight. (I'm not accusing introverts/ people with introverted functions of being this way, it's just a feeling that comes about in myself when I think of introversion within myself.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Yea, extroversion seems more comfortable overall. Introverted functions remind me of being serious and lame and tired and uptight. (I'm not accusing introverts/ people with introverted functions of being this way, it's just a feeling that comes about in myself when I think of introversion within myself.)
    Well duh you're going to feel that way if you're an ESFP.

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