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    I think lots of Asian/Far Eastern philosophies might have an answer to that since they speak a lot about animals, plants, natural elements, etc. and puts a twist on it to relate to everyday life. We can ask a few INFJ/INTJ ninjas about it.
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    I think I have a connection with nature, but I don't like mosquitoes and I enjoy technology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    They seem to like nature as well I have noticed. So I'm pretty sure an ISFP would probably go ape shit about nature.
    Hey!

    I resemble that stereotype....



    On a more serious note... I have noticed that I do prefer to be outside more than inside... I'm a total animal lover... And I like to keep my landscaping full of different bushes and flowers... So, I very much enjoy nature and suppose I do have a connection to it.


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    The other week I was hiking with some friends in the mountains. When we started out there was a gentle rain. As we got higher up, it began to come down harder and harder. We got to a rock ledge, and looking out it was pure white nothingness - we were in the midst of fog or a very low cloud. The rocks were a little slippery and the wind was driving torrents of rain at us as we edged along toward the shelter of the trees. I was a tiny bit concerned about getting blown off the side of the mountain or slipping, even a little tough to breathe. Terrifying and exhilarating! Reminds you that nature isn't pure beneficent.

    But then later, on the way down, we walked through a little glen with a stream trickling through, very peaceful, even though it was still misting. Just very green and vibrant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    its not Fi related
    I agree.

    While I do have a very close and strong tie to nature and wilderness, I have met all types that shared a similar closeness with the natural world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaotic Harmony View Post
    Hey!

    I resemble that stereotype....



    On a more serious note... I have noticed that I do prefer to be outside more than inside... I'm a total animal lover... And I like to keep my landscaping full of different bushes and flowers... So, I very much enjoy nature and suppose I do have a connection to it.
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