This is a discussion on Fairy Tales within the General Chat forums, part of the The Cafe Lounge category; Originally Posted by Mantas Have you realized? It's only just a bit more than 1 month left. And...last day at ...
I remember reading this description and first going... no, not me. Primarily because I think I'm driven by a lot more than making things peaceful. I want more than to be a calm, peaceful person. But then I thought about it a bit more and realized that my ideal is to make the world a better place - which includes it being a more peaceful place. And I mean that from the bottom down. I dislike war (not saying I can perceive a world without war lol but I just very much hate it), I wish countries could just get along, but I also wish people would just get along. I've craved a world without conflict, without unkindness, without petty dispute and ruffles of personal dislike. Even in my writing, it is my hope that people read my works and develop a better sense of tolerance and acceptance and bring more happiness to others as a result of their findings.
Thus, peace is my goal. It's a wide peace - a Social Nine peace - but the end game for peace nonetheless.
I'm not saying you would experience it as this, the description, but if you find you don't much relate to it in any capacity, I would keep wiggling the parts and seeing which tritype is actually correct for you.
Starting to think I might be SX/SO :| Instinctual Variant Test (Final Version) I relate to SP here less than SO. Is it noticeable how I kind of fireup when it comes to social issues? Because I do. Also I could be 739.
Actually we use our 8 cognitive functions, so yes @tine you use both Te and Ti, but you prefer one more than the other and one is probably more developed than the other. Which one? I don't know.
Although you can use Te because you learned to use it and rely on it in life.
The 8 Cognitive Functions and How INFJs Use Them | INFJ Blog
There's this in the article:Are you doubting your type?You may be an INFJ with a well-developed Extroverted Thinking function because of life experience that required you to rely on that function more heavily than others.
I just noticed that you're LII, which is weird, aren't you supposed to be an IEI cause you're an INFJ? (or it doesn't work that way?)