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    Definitely more of an INFP thing than an ENFP thing. I like emotion in general, I like being changed by music etc. however, sadness is just one emotion that though I respect in artistic contexts, I just don't want to dwell on. Note that I don't have the same issue with anger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotpinkHeatwave View Post
    Is sadness beautiful to any of you?
    Yes.

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    It's my default state and the most beautiful of the emotions in my opinion -- the one I enjoy most. Fall is the perfect, perfect season for it. I'm so happy in such a melancholy way when the leaves start to fall.

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    To me, every emotion is beautiful, though some more than others. So yes..sadness can be excruciatingly beautiful to me
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    No I don't find sadness beautiful, but necessary. I can find melancholy beautiful, definitely. I am attracted to melancholy at certain times especially, but I am not attracted to sadness. I usually want to fix or prevent it...
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    I think there very well can be beauty in sadness. On the other hand it is mostly also just that, sad.

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    I just think that sadness should be recognized. Not that it's beautiful. Admitting to sadness, and working through it, can be admired. Not the sadness itself.

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    Sadness, not nessisarily. Deepness, yes. The feeling of sadness can be an extreemly touching emotion. When I am depressed, I feel like I am spirituality aligned and whole. But thats just me.
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    Sadness from the loss of something beautiful may feel beautiful in its profundity.

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    What's beautiful is that it's possible to care that much.

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