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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    sex.
    This.

    Also, how things work. Anything ranging from a man-made machine to a natural phenomenon to a social structure. Then, in true INTJ fashion, I consider how to manipulate the system under consideration to maximize its performance in achieving a certain goal.

    For example, sex would be better if I got enough of it.

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    Well, I spend most of my time thinking about how to destroy my government.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

    "In this Caesar there are many Mariuses"~Sulla

    Conquer your inner demons first before you conquer the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    That's when I started writing. I haven't really stopped since.
    You must have had small breaks somewhere along the line.

    Quote Originally Posted by paintmuffin View Post
    -the imminent (and sometimes not-so-imminent) future.
    -guys.
    -murder.
    It seems we are cut from the same cloth.
    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

    It's like a kind of torture,
    To have to watch this show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Pascuzzi View Post
    This.

    Also, how things work. Anything ranging from a man-made machine to a natural phenomenon to a social structure. Then, in true INTJ fashion, I consider how to manipulate the system under consideration to maximize its performance in achieving a certain goal.
    I think about those things too - in relation to sex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    so you are saying this is only a NT issue.
    No, not in the least.

    It's just that "big picture" people often have trouble living in the moment ... as well as people who are either living in the past or in the future all the time.

    Being in the moment - is the core of meditation(vipassana) in Buddhism.
    Exactly. That is where I really began to grasp the concept, when I was studying Buddhism.

    This i think is the reason i find is so hard to practice Buddhism.
    I wanna be in the moment, and i convince myself that it is the right thing to do. that all emotions, sensations, feelings, thoughts are temporary
    and that Logically It will feel like heaven on earth to live in the present moment. Because seeing emotions, feelings, sensations and thoughts as temporary occurrences would make me not succumb to all the burdens which are brought to you as a result of it.

    But 30 seconds later I find myself thinking, why should i not be thinking, cus thinking is so fulfilling.
    Not everyone can live in the moment all the time, but it's a good habit to cultivate. Some people do it more naturally, others don't. (NTs tend to "overthink" and often remove themselves from the time stream because of the third-person detached perspective they nurture in themselves. Instead of living life, they THINK about living life and what it means to live life. And some other types do too.)

    Immersion in the present moment is a good thing and it gives the brain time to recharge. But if you're a good thinker, I don't think it means you're supposed to abandon that, you simply have to get it in balance and put it in context.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    No, not in the least.

    It's just that "big picture" people often have trouble living in the moment ... as well as people who are either living in the past or in the future all the time.
    Well, I live in the future all the time. You really can't libve in the moment when tyour thoughts runs in a different rhythm of reality. when you are thinking, time is moving foward. unless you stop thinking and time has frozen, "the moment" in a sense will never exsist. Maybe sensors have a different perspective, or time works differently for them.

    Still, it is hard to imagine living in the moment, and time not moving foward in your head.
    The fear of poverty turns people into slaves of money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pippi View Post
    Life, the universe, and everything.






    (someone had to say it)
    I go one step further.

    42.

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    I also obsess about everything I may have ever done wrong since I was three years old. That's always fun.

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    ^I obsess about why people think the things they do.

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