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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukepd View Post
    After reading this thread I feel like throwing up my dinner

    Oh and to the original question... I don't feel its worth answering. Seems to imply that there is a problem with sensors which is then confirmed by SolitaryWalker that "coming up with visions and becoming longer-sighted is something that many sensors struggle with"

    Hold the phone

    Just a few posts back you were asking if it was a problem, now it is a problem and you're suddenly an expert.
    Yeah, that's why I just answered the original post instead of focusing on SW's agenda.
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    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    Now that I read the whole topic, I have to say that Zhash's posts were the best. Too bad this person is not around anymore to provide brilliant insights such as "the person with the S in their type is a Sensor"!
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    It makes my life easier.
    If I wouldn't live in the moment I'd probably question my past and future all the time. Why do that? It makes me feel nostalgic and uncertain. I only like to think of it when it's positive and fulfilling.
    Improvization is the key...and knowing what you want..
    and I guess I frequently like to check up on myself to notice where I'm standing and where I'd like to be/get at..
    this provides growth to me.. if I suddenly realize I am not where I want to be I look for ways to change my ways and fulfill myself.

    and for the ones who experience this (Jeffster reference): "How did I end up here?"
    I have a possible little 'solution'/answer/... : someone once told me a smart person knows how to keep himself from trouble, and a clever person knows how to get himself out of it. so let's all get clever, eh?

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    Wow... SW being stereotypical as usual here. Move along sensor types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SolitaryWalker View Post
    Every see a problem with your tendency to live only within the present moment?

    SPs especially
    No. The past is decided. The present is relevant to the here and now and is also the gateway to the future, that which is yet to come.

    Having steadfast presence in the present is not a hindrance.

    Long range planning (e.g. retirement, health care accomodations, etc.) are separate and distinct from being alive in the here and now.

    I have no problems being an ESTP sensor; I am quite happy with my life, and thankful for the perspective I have, realizing at the same time it is not complete without the counsel of my true friends, who are different than me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Now that I read the whole topic, I have to say that Zhash's posts were the best. Too bad this person is not around anymore to provide brilliant insights such as "the person with the S in their type is a Sensor"!
    Made me look. What a SW fanboy. Too bad they are gone. Oh well...time moves on and you can't grasp it no matter how hard you try.

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    I do you deal with us intuives?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Wow... SW being stereotypical as usual here. Move along sensor types.
    Indeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thursday View Post
    I do you deal with us intuives?
    was that supposed to be how do you deal?
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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