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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Psycho? Deluded? Power-hungry?
    Hmm, some food for thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Psycho? Deluded? Power-hungry?
    I think victims of delusions of grandeur would be proper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    And everyone knows that the people God talks to most are ISFPs.
    This lady fancies herself as being prophetic, she talks to god, and apparently is his warrior too. (Though I highly doubt she is an ISFP ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    This lady fancies herself as being prophetic, she talks to god, and apparently is his warrior too. (Though I highly doubt she is an ISFP ).

    YouTube - Trading Spouses - Crazy Lady - "I'm a God warrior"
    But what about this? It's one of the more reliable MBTI sources I've found.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    I think victims of delusions of grandeur would be proper.
    How do you figure that?

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    I found this thread interesting, though I could tell by just reading the title it was not going to go over well with other people. I would have to admit to relating to most of the description provided in the first post. I'm not going to say much else because this part of me is kind of personal. I'm sure those who lack a sense of the spiritual side of life will snicker and criticize, so I'm just going to give a thumbs up and walk away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    But what about this? It's one of the more reliable MBTI sources I've found.
    ROTFL! I laughed my ass off reading the INFJ profile. Have some rep.

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    The quest often consumes so much of our awareness that we seem disconnected, even aloof, from other people. Life seems to hold a different set of meanings for us than for regular folk.
    Because of this lack of things to hold in common, people sometimes have trouble relating to us as friends and peers... can enforce a profound sense of loneliness and isolation. Normal folk do not know how to relate.
    I can relate to these parts especially.

    I have not had anything nearly "prophetic". But I have had dreams that weeks later have materialized as deja vu.

    Whether or not I'm merely experiencing deja vu that makes me feel like, "Wait! I've seen this before!" or if it really is something I did actually dream before, I don't know.

    But it is unreal when it happens. Like a roller coaster almost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyst View Post
    I can relate to these parts especially.

    I have not had anything nearly "prophetic". But I have had dreams that weeks later have materialized as deja vu.

    Whether or not I'm merely experiencing deja vu that makes me feel like, "Wait! I've seen this before!" or if it really is something I did actually dream before, I don't know.

    But it is unreal when it happens. Like a roller coaster almost.
    I get that kind of deja vu often. When it happens, I only vaguely remember it as a dream that I previously had. It makes me think I should start keeping some sort of dream diary, but that's always the last thing on my mind when I wake up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Within the context of God's pathos, the two cannot be seperated. Your attitude towards your fellow man is a reflection of your attitude towards God. Love God and Love thy neighbor. In fact that's a major message of the prophet: the lack of concern for others(especially the poor) is leading to an ultimate lack of love for God.
    Yes, the two can be separated. When your attitude towards your fellow man is contingent on your attitude towards God, Fi is more likely than Fe. When your attitude towards your fellow man is independent of your attitude towards God, Fe is more likely than Fi. The major message of the prophet is God's message (assuming His existence), in which case the content of the message is more a reflection of God's personality rather than the prophet's.

    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Largely because they weren't of his tribe, and for this he was rebuked by god.
    Which doesn't change the fact that his motive in delivering the message was not concern for the people but rather concern for (or fear of) God. Likewise Moses didn't demand that Pharoah set the Israelites free out of concern for the Israelites. He did it because God told him to. There's no indication that Moses wouldn't have lived happily indifferent to the plight of the Israelites, tending his sheep, if God hadn't intervened.

    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Ok but the prophet's vocation is often seen as a burden not a blessing, and they often have significant problems dealing with their situation. One prophet even went as far as begging God to not to choose him to be so.
    The life of a prophet was pretty harsh. Some people (eg Moses) were deterred by public speaking. Others were deterred by fear of death. I don't think feeling burdened by the vocation is a valid way of splitting Fe/Fi.

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