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    Sage
    Sages find freedom through understanding the big picture (global or cosmic) and a capacity for detachment. At the lowest level, the Sage may have little interest in the ordinary, mundane pleasures of life. At the highest level, however, the Sage combines detachment with love, wisdom, and joy in life.
    Artes, Scientia, Veritasiness

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    Sage

    Sages find freedom through understanding the big picture (global or cosmic) and a capacity for detachment. At the lowest level, the Sage may have little interest in the ordinary, mundane pleasures of life. At the highest level, however, the Sage combines detachment with love, wisdom, and joy in life.

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    Lotsa Sages . I'm one too it seems. Fits pretty well I think.

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    Funny thing, that. All the sages are giving each other life advice on the interwebs while those who need it are watching TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Funny thing, that. All the sages are giving each other life advice on the interwebs while those who need it are watching TV.
    Indeed. It's certainly easier to communicate with like minds. I guess we've become kind of lazy with the advent of the internet .

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    I took this long ago and got Seeker.


    The Seeker explores internal and external realities and is willing to give up security, community, and intimacy for autonomy. Seekers find out who they are by differentiaiting themselves from others. At worst, they are just outsiders. At best, they find their unique identities and vocations.

    This sounds like me.

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    Caregiver

    Caregivers take care of others even when doing so requires sacrifice. They give to make the world a better place for others. At worst, the Caregiver's sacrifice is maiming or manipulative. At best, the Caregiver's giving is compassionate, genuine, and of great help to others.
    I have no idea who I am. All I can say is let's rock hard.

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    Seeker

    The Seeker explores internal and external realities and is willing to give up security, community, and intimacy for autonomy. Seekers find out who they are by differentiating themselves from others. At worst, they are just outsiders. At best, they find their unique identities and vocations.
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    "Freedom~"

    "Arf arf! Just jump already you silly INFP!"

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    Sage... detachment is accurate.

    I thought I would get seeker, though.
    [B]Ti=Ne>Ni>Fe>Te=Fi>Si>Se

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