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    I often see and seek to understand things precisely, but saying is another thing. I lose patience with some people. Most of the time I'd rather just get their trust rather than play 20 questions.

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    I think precision (in the sense that you're using it here) is a Ti thing whereas "details" are more of a Si thing. I'm horrible at noticing details unless it's something that I'm actively focusing on at the time.
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    Perhaps precision is a result, and detail is a component.
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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