This makes INJs seem inconstant, but that's simply because they literally don't remember what they did before. If you have the memory of a goldfish, everything is new.
At any given time, an INFP has something they hold near and dear. I've on many occasions seen INFPs explode whenever that's violated. Then again, that's true for a lot, but it's particularly bad for INFPs. I'm just noting observations.and what's this about static beliefs... And who crusades anything? I don't push my beliefs on others. are INFP supposedly crusaders? What's wrong with wanting to realize a vision for a better world? are INFJ suppose to have visions that are somehow better than INFP?
where did you get this "can never change the original experiences, perceptions, values, etc. that you hold"? are you saying that people are static and don't change? Seems a bit.. narrow minded.
That's INTJs, I said, not INFJs. INTJs are more the type of Victor Frankenstein, yelling 'IT'S ALIVE!' when their scheme comes to fruition and having a perfect high for maybe a few seconds, and then getting bored and running off to sell their souls to some other project. Most of their dubious schemes involve sciences, technology, and more physical pursuits rather than the 'values' that NFs deal with.and what's this INFJ trying to realize schemes? isn't crusading exactly the same as having a vision and trying to make it come true? isn't crusading all about making a vision come true? what's the difference?