I guess I got some sort of example about Fi.
Last summer I took the position of assistant manager at pool where I lifeguarded and thus became responsible for the majority of my co-workers behavior. One of my big things was not abusing the time off afforded by adult swim / thunder because I've always sympathized with those that wanted to swim because of my own nostalgia from days of swimming with family as a child. Instead, those under me wanted to have that extra minute off or call a clearly bogus thunder, and it just sickened me because I just didn't feel that it was right.
Needless to say, I became the strict, unfeeling boss to my co-workers.
The reason that Fi is generally misunderstood is because the values that are acted upon are exclusive to the operator who acts upon these values because they are pressured by some sort of emotional investment. To an observer though, the operator is merely acting out of irrationality. The observer's fault is that he/she routinely fails to notice the emotional investment driving the action by the operator.
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