In an attempt to learn more about my Fi, I've come across a lot of books, people, and ingrained thoughts that remind me to "act as a human being." Apparently, people have ingrained definitions for what it means to be a human being. To me, it means to see and adapt to any new possibilities and utilize what's available to you in terms of options you are aware of.
We apparently have the ingrained physical and mental limits caused by our race. Our body is vulnerable. We have biological needs and restrictions. Our brain is faulty. We make mistakes and have difficulities in understanding. To me, I just view them as mere setbacks. To me, to be human is to work through those restrictions, using any means necessary.
Quite a vague topic, I think. Learning about Fi has made me question how I and others define "being a human being." Any thoughts?