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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    That's why I used to love drag racing and riding horses. It was really engaging and got me as present as I'll ever be.
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    What is it with ENFJ and horse back riding?
    And drag racing...


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    Horses are mystic creatures. They're amazing in form, flight and fight. I feel sad for people who don't like horses or are afraid of them. They don't know what they're missing. My Quarter horse passed cars on the highway like they were sitting still. He was beautiful and a source of safety for me. I knew he would carry me quickly out of danger if something happened.
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    That sounds like something I need to do. I've lived in Texas the majority of my life, but unfortunately, I've never befriended anyone who owned horses. The best I've done is pony rides at the circus

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    That sounds like something I need to do. I've lived in Texas the majority of my life, but unfortunately, I've never befriended anyone who owned horses. The best I've done is pony rides at the circus
    I live in Oklahoma and a lot of the rodeo guys would come through my old neighborhood and give the kids rides, I'd always get the one that would always have to poop every 8 feet. I had no idea you were in Texas.
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    Yeah, but San Antonio.. it's almost all urban/suburban, and all of the "cowboys" are of the neat Garth Brooks variety.

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    Just live. I think this idea of function force-development is silly. With age and experience comes development as a person overall, and the functions fall into place on their own as a natural result of this.
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    You are just saying that because it's you're primary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deja Vu View Post
    You are just saying that because it's you're primary.
    Nah, I think the same thing about "Ti" and that's buried so deep in my brain, I think it would take 9 exorcisms to bring it out. If I'm supposed to "develop" it, then it will happen, though. I ain't gonna lose any sleep over it one way or another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Just live. I think this idea of function force-development is silly. With age and experience comes development as a person overall, and the functions fall into place on their own as a natural result of this.
    Says the sensor who lives in the sensor world. Many of the people on here are shut-ins who do the same shit day after day. As a result we don't get out and experience new things that would prompt those functions to develop.

    Also, about half of us are judgers. We're creatures of habit. Same.
    "... you think deeply about stuff [that] nobody cares about and hardly anybody can understand you." ~ Peguy talking about Ni users. So true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Yeah, but San Antonio.. it's almost all urban/suburban, and all of the "cowboys" are of the neat Garth Brooks variety.
    Same. I'd never even seen a horse until I was 12.
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