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    Wow, I had been waiting for the moment you would post this. Very interesting read. I couldn't stop reading it until the end and I wished there was more by the time I finished. I really can't comment on much because I'm still mentally digesting the information.

    One thing that really caught my attention was how we despise the sensualist approach to life. I relate to that completely. It was almost scary to read that since I have so many prejudices I'm not proud of against sensually indulgent people. However, I can at least acknowledge that they probably despise my imaginative approach in the same manner.

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    Now that I have digested it more, I would like to add something that came to my mind. Since the time I was in 5th grade I kind of felt out of place from everyone else, and I was somewhat of a borderline outcast. By Jr. High I escaped into books and kind of ran a life based on ideas. I let my grades drop severely because school was not challenging, etc. etc (bad excuses, but I didn't realize that at time, of course). As I grew out of that in High School, I noticed the books I read faded from fiction to non-fiction. Now I read complete non-fiction books; mostly psychology (or some kind of book having to do with people). I can't even remember the last fiction book I have read! I kind of feel more "self-actualized" since I made that transition.

    If you haven't caught on to what I was getting at, I'm thinking that it could have been some kind of Ti activation in myself. I became much more intellectual. It made me more likely to seek out credible knowledge for the sake of knowledge, and it makes me more confident in my beliefs and values since I have logical reasons to hold them. Though I feel odd saying this: It made my life make more sense, lol.
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    I found that very interesting, thank you.

    I did have a strange idea of using Fi as a substitute for the Ti in a subtle manner, but that's just a thing that popped to my head.

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    so many words, such a short attention span.
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

    “I’d hate to die twice. It’s so boring.”
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    Hmmm....

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    I understood/pretty much relate to everything until I got to inferior Se ...and then I was all "wwwaaaahhhht???"
    ...and that was the shortest paragraph of them all haha.

    But even so, I agree with the Se description too; I just can't recall any of my hedonistic moments. I don't really experience myself to be hedonistic???
    You are so arbitrary.

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