You are completely dumb, because I was saying EXACTLY what you are saying (notice the "non" at the start of my sentence): that if you don't enjoy your free time in unproductive ways, you should get a life. Learn to read next time.
i think being called dumb by you is a privilege not many people can enjoy.
The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.
"In this Caesar there are many Mariuses"~Sulla
Conquer your inner demons first before you conquer the world.
Well, damn. Usually I tell people to try and look through the BS details of type descriptions to the "important parts" and the "general gist", but I guess that won't work here.
Have you looked at "Was That Really Me" by Naomi Quenk? It's really, really well written, with a ton of real-life examples, and also explains the functions very clearly. I related to literally every sentence of the Te-dom section.
I have not, but I just found it online. I'll be checking it out!
I think [and I could be wrong. I'm new at this stuff] that maybe Te is what makes me say things like, "Oh, for crying out loud, can you get to the point already? What's the purpose of this anyway?"
A student said to his master: "You teach me fighting, but you talk about peace. How do you reconcile the two?" The master replied: "It is better to be a warrior in a garden than to be a gardener in a war." - unknown/Chinese
"Oh, for crying out loud, can you get to the point already?"
That seems more Ti. Te users do like getting to the point, but Ti users have such an obsession with conciseness and elegance of expression (e.g. in mathematical equations), and things expressed in just the right way. Like Fi, but with ideas instead of feelings. Te users don't care as much; it's more about what their expression can accomplish, than about the exactitude of the process of expressing it.
Originally Posted by Ene
"What's the purpose of this anyway?"
Yeah, that seems more Te. "But what will this do? How does it get things accomplished?" More action-oriented and goal-oriented.