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    Default Great example of Se ( inferior Ni)

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    (This is anti Ni, the function that Se doms repress."Extraverted sensors are some of the most realistic personality types. They see things as they are and accept facts readily, making the most of whatever situation they find themselves in.

    "10 signs that you might be an extraverted sensor- I’m The Ultimate Realist- I see things for what they are without embellishing them with my own impressions and judgments. I pride myself on being down-to-earth and practical."). Se quote- Hemingway: "There isn't any symbolism [in my writing]. The sea is the sea. The old man is an old man. ... All the symbolism that people [find] is shit."- So you see Ni types over analyse things (the sky is blue, why is the sky blue-) Se user don't- they enjoy thing for what they are."

    "The inferior-Ni monologue (prior to maturation):“Everyone needs to stop over-analyzing everything, the answers are literally right in front of us.”

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    Sometimes symbolism doesn't really get you anywhere besides a degree in literature. And sometimes SE gives you great literature.
    There's no love in fear.
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    Do we want to remind you of something? Yes: the world is good and we belong here.
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