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    I think so
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    In order for society to survive, we must all pitch in and cooperate with one another, split the resources fairly.
    If we get greedy, everything will fall apart
    The main reason why there is no long peace is because everything is set and stone.
    Another is that resources are limited and the ones who had the most goes bad because they are in control.

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    no
    everybody has gone through something that has changed them in a way that they could never go back to the person they once were

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kierva View Post
    I'm too concerned about making things work/making the most out of things/factual accuracy than making decisions out of what is right and wrong to me. You're not reading hard enough.
    You might be correctly typed... However, some of what you believe about ESFPs should be corrected.

    Factual accuracy is a matter of perception as much as judgement. The thinking of dominant extroverted perceivers, whether they are Ne or Se, is very strongly connected to what is around them and therefore they have a reverence to factual accuracy.

    Also, the Fi description is simplified by about the same amount as normal on here. Especially as a secondary function it will typically just guide the decisions that serve the dominant function. Rather than "what is right or wrong for me", it is more "what is valuable or important or even right in the given context". It is an internal judgement based on what you know to be reality that tends to ignore external consensus, but it is not a "what about me" function. For example, in ENFPs it is typically egalitarian regarding social issues and holistic regarding scientific issues. This contrasts, for example, with Fe that acknowledges social customs and external consensus far more, or Ti that prefers logical deduction.

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    Yes to lux. Yes to Forever (4w3-6w5-9w8 maybe). Yes to Alaska. Yes to ESFJ. Yes to magpie. I still think @sarcasmsunshine is an ESFJ. Don't know enough about Kierva to say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueScreen View Post
    You might be correctly typed... However, some of what you believe about ESFPs should be corrected.

    Factual accuracy is a matter of perception as much as judgement. The thinking of dominant extroverted perceivers, whether they are Ne or Se, is very strongly connected to what is around them and therefore they have a reverence to factual accuracy.

    Also, the Fi description is simplified by about the same amount as normal on here. Especially as a secondary function it will typically just guide the decisions that serve the dominant function. Rather than "what is right or wrong for me", it is more "what is valuable or important or even right in the given context". It is an internal judgement based on what you know to be reality that tends to ignore external consensus, but it is not a "what about me" function. For example, in ENFPs it is typically egalitarian regarding social issues and holistic regarding scientific issues. This contrasts, for example, with Fe that acknowledges social customs and external consensus far more, or Ti that prefers logical deduction.
    Yes, that is what I meant. I was keeping it brief for the sake of the thread, and I've explained, known and revised the functions enough to know what Fi actually entails.

    Even then, I still don't relate to it.

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    Yep , I think INFP fits @Frosty well

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    Yess.
    "..But my dreaming self refuses to be consoled."- M.Atwood
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    yes!

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