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    Quote Originally Posted by StephMC939 View Post
    Just out of curiosity... what qualities do you NFs admire and or respect in others?
    Respect itself. I like a personally powerful person who shows natural restraint.


    What qualities do you aspire to be?
    I admire Joe Strummer a lot.

    Also, what do you NOT respect? What qualities do you have trouble tolerating?
    Hateful ugly words. Things you can't take back.
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    Admire:

    Trust, Passion for things in their life

    Dislike:

    Pretty much any form of rudeness

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    I admire

    loose morals
    A firm brisket

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    Admire
    -People whose default mode is kindness
    -Patience
    -Reserve
    -Imagination and Creativity (in all aspects of life, not just art)
    -Individuality, intelligence, and independent thinking
    -People who are honest and genuine
    -People who value each individual for his/her unique attributes
    -People who can "get into" the minds of others and push all their "buttons" to cause a specific emotional reaction. I don't aspire to be this way, nor do I admire anyone who does this to manipulate for personal gain or simply be unkind. I do find it fascinating and impressive, though, and sometimes people can make powerful statements that way.
    -People who indulge in post-shower naked happy dances. This is essential.

    Dislike
    -Violence, authoritarianism and/or coercion
    -Unkindness (in most situations, not all), especially deliberate unkindness
    -People who pretend to listen while thinking about what they want to say
    -People who think in black and white terms and try to answer all questions
    -Arrogance
    -Hypocrisy
    -Basing opinions on first impressions or rash ideas
    -Harsh judgement of others
    -Basing personal worth (theirs or others) on physical appearance, community stature, $, or education levels
    -"Gushing" insincere compliments
    -Your mom
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jewelchild View Post
    Admire
    -People whose default mode is kindness
    -Patience
    -Reserve
    -Imagination and Creativity (in all aspects of life, not just art)
    -Individuality, intelligence, and independent thinking
    -People who are honest and genuine
    -People who value each individual for his/her unique attributes
    -People who can "get into" the minds of others and push all their "buttons" to cause a specific emotional reaction. I don't aspire to be this way, nor do I admire anyone who does this to manipulate for personal gain or simply be unkind. I do find it fascinating and impressive, though, and sometimes people can make powerful statements that way.
    -People who indulge in post-shower naked happy dances. This is essential.

    Dislike
    -Violence, authoritarianism and/or coercion
    -Unkindness (in most situations, not all), especially deliberate unkindness
    -People who pretend to listen while thinking about what they want to say
    -People who think in black and white terms and try to answer all questions
    -Arrogance
    -Hypocrisy
    -Basing opinions on first impressions or rash ideas
    -Harsh judgement of others
    -Basing personal worth (theirs or others) on physical appearance, community stature, $, or education levels
    -"Gushing" insincere compliments
    -Your mom
    I don't think I could outdo this list, Jewelchild. I completely agree with you on every point. (Shower and mom included. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles View Post
    I don't think I could outdo this list, Jewelchild. I completely agree with you on every point. (Shower and mom included. )
    *Jewelchild gives you high five*
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    I like honesty, silliness, (com)passion, kindness, and positivity.

    I dislike rudeness, arrogance, inconsiderateness, snobbishness, and close-mindedness.

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    I admire:
    Good intentions (which, in my estimation, can outweigh most negatives)
    Self-awareness
    Rationality
    Loyalty
    Empathy
    Emotional expressiveness
    Sense of humor

    I particularly dislike:
    People who are disingenuous or maliciious
    Closed-mindedness

    ...But, again, "well-intentioned" is really the most important thing to me.
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    What qualities do you NFs admire and or respect in others? What qualities do you aspire to be?
    Strength, has always been a big thing for me. And optimism (not overly unrealistic optimism though). People with that inner strength to survive, especially some kind of harsh upbringing or surroundings or something, and come out fairly okay, I find very admirable. Especially people who keep an optimism for life and faith in people despite that too. So, strength in will, love of living, and also authenticity/sincerity--just a person who seems real and themselves. Someone who willingly looks into themselves (introspects) and is their own person. I admire those things. And in general, people who are considerate about others and situations (whether or not they are good at being considerate is another thing though).

    Also, what do you NOT respect? What qualities do you have trouble tolerating?
    People with negative prejudices, who actively discriminate and judge, I suppose. And if they don't learn that it's wrong. I don't know... this is actually harder for me to think of. Destructive, hurtful people who don't want to change and help themselves.

    People who distract me, I hate, and find hard to tolerate, but that's more of a fault of my own when I'm in an irritable mood...

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