You refuse to admit that some people are truly evil, despite having every contrary evidence infront of you.
When your sitting in a park filled with flowers, you suddenly start crying as a rowdy SP drunkard tramples on few, an incident which you interperate as symbolic and metaphorical in nature.
Hehe, interpreting symbolism is an S thing. For us there is nothing symbolic or metaphoric about it. It's the needless destruction and ending of something beautiful and artistic, that could've stayed that way.
I don't know about INFPs, they might be more attached, but my empathy for flowers isn't that high, there'd just be a cringe in the back of my mind each time you crushed one.
Also on another level I would find a drunkard in the flowers quite amusing because of my love of anarchy. And maybe join them or go talk to them if it looked fun.
How do you INFPs differ from ENFP on this?
(You're right on the evil part. We more have to class them in an unfixably troubled category.)