Well Victor/Victoria, you are right in assessing there is more to the "lucky" than meets the eye. I say "lucky" because I notice on other sites that INFPs can battle to get into work that satisfies them. My work satisfies me but often makes me cry... sometimes because I work at times with very poor people with HIV/AIDs and terrible situations... and sometimes because it's like climbing a very high mountain. So my feelings are quite mixed! Spot on for your insight!
I live near Johannesburg. I work as a personal growth educator: I give personal growth workshops, some two and a half days long, some five to five and a half days long, on different themes. I also lead three-hour monthly follow-up groups and meet with people for individual accompaniment in their growth journeys. In between I also attend training workshops for my own professional and personal development. This month I will train to facilitate a workshop on Loving and Being Loved, next week. The following week I will attend a workshop on Listening to the Life Stirring In My Being. And the following week I will facilitate a workshop called "Who Am I?".
In between the busy times I am quiet and catch up with my admin and do a lot of journalling.