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    i wonder then if it is felt differently to you then it is to me...
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    The other down side to this is that the INFP, more than most, will never match up to his/her own standards. Sometimes we feel we fall embarrassingly short. Our warts are only too obvious to us - and mostly invisible to others. But there's an up side too. We feel joy greater than other types too because there is a greater gap between the thing that causes us joy and everyday mundanity. If you see an INFP in tears it's very likely to be from extreme joy rather than extreme sadness.
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    That's interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zelo1954 View Post
    The other down side to this is that the INFP, more than most, will never match up to his/her own standards. Sometimes we feel we fall embarrassingly short. Our warts are only too obvious to us - and mostly invisible to others. But there's an up side too. We feel joy greater than other types too because there is a greater gap between the thing that causes us joy and everyday mundanity. If you see an INFP in tears it's very likely to be from extreme joy rather than extreme sadness.
    how can we measure that which cannot be measured but only conjectured. if i bleed, do not they bleed too? if i dissolve into dust and ash and the remnants of stars half-fulfilled with dreams laying in tattered folds, do they not do the same?

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