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    Quote Originally Posted by tkae. View Post
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    if your walking and u pick up a flower that seems abandoned ... or when people are living and enjoying the moment that they are in yet u go out of your way to pick a rose which u think is beautiful.... u keep looking and staring at it for a while without saying anything

    - your mute-

    others look at you strangely

    Its happened to me once or probably twice before

    INFP experience.

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    You walk around your neighborhood and three people you know say hello without you even realizing they were there.

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    I walk around my neighborhood and if I say Hi to people I deem aquaintences, and they DON'T say hello back, or they have the slightest hint of insincerity or irritation, I rack my brain for the rest of my walk trying to figure out how I might have pissed them off in the last few months... *is my dog barking too much?* *are they mad i haven't come over all winter?* *maybe they are upset I havent weeded my yard in 4 months and its depreciating there property value* *i know, its that dam BBQ i never showed up to!*

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    Quote Originally Posted by reclusivehermit View Post
    if your walking and u pick up a flower that seems abandoned ... or when people are living and enjoying the moment that they are in yet u go out of your way to pick a rose which u think is beautiful.... u keep looking and staring at it for a while without saying anything

    - your mute-

    others look at you strangely

    Its happened to me once or probably twice before

    INFP experience.
    lol, I am the queen of being worried that things are abandoned. when I was very little I would get upset at KLEENEX that would escape my hands and fly off into the wind. "What if it feels unloved?!" I would cry to myself, running pell mell across busy parking lots, ignoring my mom, and nearly getting run over by cars in my desperate dash to save the poor kleenex.

    bugs, flowers, animals, rocks, people, trees, mountains, planets.... all have the power to make me feel for them.

    sometimes i just get so caught up in the beauty in this world it makes me cry because it's too hard to contain these feelings i have deep down. and i see beauty everywhere.... such treasures for the soul tucked away within the smallest of moments.

    INFP sigh from ze soul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    bold: that's definitely more ENFP. although as it involves Ne/Fi, I'm guessing both types are probably good at it
    underlined: that's INFP? I'm gonna have to consider introversion again. before I became a christian (at age 11), I was basically a nature worshipping pagan
    I can relate to the bolded, but ENFPs may be better at imagining other's reactions.
    And I just did the underlined thing today! It was so beautiful when I was going to college, the sun straning through the trees...

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    So I had a perfect one for this! Like, I even stopped and thought, "Hey, this'd be perfect for that thread!"

    Only I forgot what it was somewhere between badminton and Uno...



    I feel as if that somehow speaks to the nature of an INFP in and of itself...
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    yeah i mean im definitely a pretty high introvert... next comes intuition which is also high .. feeling used to borderline 'thinking' so that was 50/50 but now thats a bit higher...and perceiving is at a moderate level. I keep saying to those around me how can u bored with life ' life is never boring ' FOR THE INFP... because the smallest things that many might find insignificant is beautiful and unique for us ....

    I'm always fascinated with life... i find it amazing...routes or paths you have taken so many times , but keep doing it because u love the scenary... it might seem crazy but thats how i feel at times.

    Also i think INFP's are not very judgemental they are always seeking NOT for closure.. but their views are always open never having a concrete conclusion... i find that i'm like that as well until i have sound evidence im not going to come to a proper conclusion. I won't ever judge people straight away.. if someone say i really dont like him i might says well u don't know him YET ... so well for me im gonna wait for a bit and then decide...

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    life is never boring ' FOR THE INFP... because the smallest things that many might find insignificant is beautiful and unique for us ....
    This is one of those things that makes me question being INFP. I too, will find a great appreciation or beauty in the tiniest aspect of life.. but I can have major boredom issues, and it was really bad for most of my teens and twenties. I have a really strong desire to try new things, travel, honestly... engage with the external. I think I am happiest when engaging with the external, but not always people. I get crazy excited in the summer time because of all the art fairs, culture fairs, concerts, etc. that come up. I have one of the worst cases of wander-lust for anyone I know (traveling- the reason I chose to work for an airline) and also find that as soon as I get back from travel and plant my feet in my house, my mind starts to think up my next excursion. Pretty E7 (which I believe is linked more to the ENFP) But I do find myself thoroughly absorved in my travel, unlike E7 who have problems fully experiencing the moment.

    I'm always fascinated with life... i find it amazing...routes or paths you have taken so many times , but keep doing it because u love the scenary... it might seem crazy but thats how i feel at times.

    Metaphorically? I have noticed Si coming out in the last few years, especially when I'm a bit stressed, depressed, and needing comfort. I can rely on certain comfort foods (the same over and over I ate as a child).. and have specific parks, hiking spots, and stores that I will re-visit and find comfort in as they evoke special memories or times in my life. I do the same with movies.. when I get sick I tend to throw in certain flicks I've seen a hundred times that make me feel better, (Pride and Prejudice, Harry Potters) but in times of health I DESPISE seeing a movie I've seen even once, feeling that the experience has already been had, and it's caused arguments with those I live with a few times..(my inability to watch somethine I've already watched). I sometimes pick movies for nothing to do with the story line or charactors, and everything to do with where it was filmed, so I can see the landscape and architecture of different places.

    Also i think INFP's are not very judgemental they are always seeking NOT for closure.. but their views are always open never having a concrete conclusion... i find that i'm like that as well until i have sound evidence im not going to come to a proper conclusion. I won't ever judge people straight away.. if someone say i really dont like him i might says well u don't know him YET ... so well for me im gonna wait for a bit and then decide

    I agree with this 100%. I also score extremely high on Perception. I HATE closing doors, and almost never do it. THere have been a few people I had fallouts with when I was younger, and at the time thought I wanted to close a door, but inwardly always held a spark. I have 3 friends that years later I went to great lengths to track down and re-connect with (calling up their family members, driving to their grandparents houses and asking for there contact info, etc.).. unfortunately most of them were judgers and no matter how heart felt I was in mitigating the situation, they couldnt reopen the door. It's a weight I carry in my heart, a sadness of that lost potential.. and I try very hard to not shut people out like that again.

    I also don't make concrete judgements about people, and if I do I still end up seeing them in many different lights as my knowledge increases, leaving little set in stone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tkae. View Post
    So I had a perfect one for this! Like, I even stopped and thought, "Hey, this'd be perfect for that thread!"

    Only I forgot what it was somewhere between badminton and Uno...


    I feel as if that somehow speaks to the nature of an INFP in and of itself...
    HAHA! I have a problem with catching something INFP-ish and rushing to write it down, then deciding its not perfect enough, because my words can't capture the true essence, after about 10 minutes I get so frusterated I say fuck it, and don't write anything. I have this problem with writing ALOT.
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