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  • Ice cream

    55 48.25%
  • Anger

    33 28.95%
  • 37

    30 26.32%
  • Orange

    41 35.96%
  • IQ

    42 36.84%
  • God

    41 35.96%
  • Country

    16 14.04%
  • Cheese

    33 28.95%
  • Lethargy

    30 26.32%
  • Sexuality

    61 53.51%
  • Persistance

    48 42.11%
  • Fun

    55 48.25%
  • $#&$

    39 34.21%
  • Belief

    55 48.25%
  • Evil

    36 31.58%
  • Workplace

    16 14.04%
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    I would have thought "belief" would've scored higher with the NFs...weird...

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    I can't speak for other NFs, but I've personally become more suspicious of "belief" over time, as I've discovered failings in my own. In fact, I turned from a devout Catholic Republican to a skeptical humanist Democrat.
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    I didn't mean belief as in religion. I meant it as, belief in anything...belief in the things that matter specifically to yourself..I don't know if that makes sense.

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    Yes, I mean it the same way. My entire worldview tilted on its side! The key words there were "devout" vs. "skeptical" -- like the bumper sticker says, "Don't believe everything you think." Now that I know how gullible I can be, I'm much more humble, and also automatically distrusting of my instincts with regard to non-disprovable things. This has made me more empathetic and better able to relate to people of differing beliefs.
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    Oh, I see what you mean now. But still, there is the belief in 'love'... I just thought more NFs would've said belief maybe in that sense...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lost verses View Post
    Oh, I see what you mean now. But still, there is the belief in 'love'... I just thought more NFs would've said belief maybe in that sense...
    I agree though, there is something abt the word "belief" that might be making us think automatically of religion. It can mean more, but I think that it didnt to us NFs who took the test. I wonder what word would have been more appropriate for the Idealists...values? Throwing it out there, interested in others' ideas.

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    Plus, I don't know about anyone else but often I take a word and make it mean whatever I want it to mean...so I don't correlate belief and religion at all, because I'm not religious at all. But maybe other NFs aren't that way.

    Yeah I think "ideals" could've had a higher percentage.

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    Ice cream (sammiches )
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    Just because I'm an INFP doesn't mean I'm emo!

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    I was placing my bets that sexuality would get a lot of votes since it is definitely a motivation in society, and for the human race. LOL
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