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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    What Victor calls his inner life may vary greatly from what you think it means.
    True. It just seems unlikely to me that an INFP would write about switching from a love of sports to loving his inner life after high school. INFPs seem more likely to be daydreamy like me from the time they were kids. My mom is INFP, and from what she has told me, that's what she was like. I get the impression one of my best friends who is INFP was like that, too.

    I could be wrong. I'm not here to debate or prove anything, I'm just putting the info out there in case anyone hadn't noticed or realized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Or is it a Fi Si loop?

    Most of the points he provides are the same, repeated over and over and over and over again, which to me suggests Si. He does manage to bring and combine points of different subject together. Does that not imply Ne? So Fi Ne Si Te (INFP) he is?

    Here's his statement:

    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    I notice we are both NFP but you are extrovert while I am introvert.

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    Rather than knowing my type I would like to know why my soul moves within me. What is it trying to say? Why must it hide during the day? Is it nocturnal like the possums coughing outside my window on cold winter nights?

    My soul slips its moorings when I write. So perhaps it is no surprise I find writing satisfying. But where does my soul go when I am not writing? It doesn't seem to be there - it makes itself scarce. Yes, I only have to sit down for my soul to grab the keyboard.

    So although I am satisfied on the keyboard, I fret my way through the day. I try to figure things out. I try to discipline myself. I even try to socialise. I make jokes and get a laugh and pat the cats and dogs. But I fret and try to fit in.

    Lorca taught us that the ants start to bite the moment we wake. So perhaps I am lucky, lucky to find the ants stop biting the moment I start to write.

    And all I need is someone to write to, and that someone is you, magical you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Rather than knowing my type I would like to know why my soul moves within me. What is it trying to say? Why must it hide during the day? Is it nocturnal like the possums coughing outside my window on cold winter nights?

    My soul slips its moorings when I write. So perhaps it is no surprise I find writing satisfying. But where does my soul go when I am not writing? It doesn't seem to be there - it makes itself scarce. Yes, I only have to sit down for my soul to grab the keyboard.

    So although I am satisfied on the keyboard, I fret my way through the day. I try to figure things out. I try to discipline myself. I even try to socialise. I make jokes and get a laugh and pat the cats and dogs. But I fret and try to fit in.

    Lorca taught us that the ants start to bite the moment we wake. So perhaps I am lucky, lucky to find the ants stop biting the moment I start to write.

    And all I need is someone to write to, and that someone is you, magical you.
    Interesting. So do you write for a living? If not, have you considered it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redcheerio View Post
    Interesting. So do you write for a living? If not, have you considered it?
    Writing for me is the freshness of life rather than earning a living.

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    @Victor is Lucifer and the adversary against the Typology kingdom while @LEGERdeMAIN is working beneath as the Typology Antichrist.

    Because both of them have highly critical minds and are bent upon destructive purposes I would guess they are rationalists and either TeNi or NiTe as well as 8w7 or 5w4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Rather than knowing my type I would like to know why my soul moves within me. What is it trying to say? Why must it hide during the day? Is it nocturnal like the possums coughing outside my window on cold winter nights?

    My soul slips its moorings when I write. So perhaps it is no surprise I find writing satisfying. But where does my soul go when I am not writing? It doesn't seem to be there - it makes itself scarce. Yes, I only have to sit down for my soul to grab the keyboard.

    So although I am satisfied on the keyboard, I fret my way through the day. I try to figure things out. I try to discipline myself. I even try to socialise. I make jokes and get a laugh and pat the cats and dogs. But I fret and try to fit in.

    Lorca taught us that the ants start to bite the moment we wake. So perhaps I am lucky, lucky to find the ants stop biting the moment I start to write.

    And all I need is someone to write to, and that someone is you, magical you.
    ^Some people can't find Ne in that? Imaginative, loose external associations that integrate in unexpected ways?
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    not NT

    In my humble opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    @Victor is Lucifer and the adversary against the Typology kingdom while @LEGERdeMAIN is working beneath as the Typology Antichrist.

    Because both of them have highly critical minds and are bent upon destructive purposes I would guess they are rationalists and either TeNi or NiTe as well as 8w7 or 5w4.
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