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    Can't believe I'm the one doing this but:

    Definition ethereal:


    Characterized by lightness and insubstantiality; intangible. NFP?
    Highly refined; delicate. See synonyms at airy. NFJ?

    Of the celestial spheres; heavenly. NFJ?
    Not of this world; spiritual. NFP?
    Chemistry. Of or relating to ether.
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    Ok, time for me to veer off into another tangent.

    In the same thread where NFP's were called more 'elegant' than NFJ's, it was also said that they're inner lives were more meaningful than that of NFJ's, which I also had to disagree. I think both NFP inner lives and NFJ inner lives are fascinating in their own ways. Here's the way I see it:

    NFP inner lives tend to be more vibrant, colorful, vivid, and broad.

    NFJ inner lives tend to be more calm, complex, layered, and deep.

    Thoughts?

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    Think that's more E/I difference probably.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFob View Post
    Ok, time for me to veer off into another tangent.

    In the same thread where NFP's were called more 'elegant' than NFJ's, it was also said that they're inner lives were more meaningful than that of NFJ's, which I also had to disagree. I think both NFP inner lives and NFJ inner lives are fascinating in their own ways. Here's the way I see it:

    NFP inner lives tend to be more vibrant, colorful, vivid, and broad.

    NFJ inner lives tend to be more calm, complex, layered, and deep.

    Thoughts?
    what thread was this?????

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    what thread was this?????
    Why so surprised?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFob View Post
    Ok, time for me to veer off into another tangent.

    In the same thread where NFP's were called more 'elegant' than NFJ's, it was also said that they're inner lives were more meaningful than that of NFJ's, which I also had to disagree. I think both NFP inner lives and NFJ inner lives are fascinating in their own ways. Here's the way I see it:

    NFP inner lives tend to be more vibrant, colorful, vivid, and broad.

    NFJ inner lives tend to be more calm, complex, layered, and deep.

    Thoughts?
    I think it's too general to discuss. I think you can have both, even at the same time. And making a claim like that is completete BS - NFPs having more meaningful inner lives.

    But as a general rule of thumb, I think you got that right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post

    To stay on the Lord of the Rings note- xNFPs would be more like a Frodo or an Aragorn, stuck between the good and the bad, lost on the path, wandering into their own destiny with foggy glasses, following their hearts.
    Very nicely put, OneWithSoul.

    Perfectly describes my 34 years on this earth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFob View Post
    Why so surprised?
    I'm just not familiar with whatever thread that came from, that's all.

    I haven't been following the threads as much as I used to, but regardless that's not ringing any bells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    I'm just not familiar with whatever thread that came from, that's all.

    I haven't been following the threads as much as I used to, but regardless that's not ringing any bells.
    I'm pretty sure it was an INFJ who said that. NF's are just so self-deprecating that they'll compliment anyone but themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonkavision View Post
    Very nicely put, OneWithSoul.

    Perfectly describes my 34 years on this earth.
    Thanks, man.

    It perfectly describes the time I have spent on this earth, too. Which has been 17 years. I'm half your age, but the road is the same, my friend.
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