Anyway, this comment by laurachanelle struck me a little;
''Your tendency to pick up on things outside of the realm of logic gets you further''
I thought to myself honestly, why am I that way at times. Then the reasons hit me with a more elaborative nature;
1. When I study politics at both personal and academic level, I have seen and read how people have tried to justify certain policies/ political views with over rationalized arguments even if those ''right answers'' are clearly at the expense of human rights. I can tell how certain people abandoned morality and looking at the bigger picture in favor of supporting personal pride invested interests/agendas.
2. I have to step outside the realm of logic sometimes when I need to find out ways to help my loved ones. I need to appreciate them and love them at a level that do not only require common reasoning, because I know at times emotions and troubles can be trickier beyond belief. I know that life has the tendency to throw unexpected obstacles, thus when I face such obstacles with them, I cannot use any fixed route, I have to be strong and mature in other ways especially when it comes to facing possibilities relating to time and distance.
I don't give my heart out easily, AT ALL, so the select few in my life are lucky.
3. Underneath my fluffy Fi, I am an over rational cynic when it comes to human nature. I want to help people, but I also don't generally trust them. I know how certain people can be clever enough to disguise themselves under certain seemingly intellectual labels, to hide their agendas or insecurities. I've already seen the self deceiving, deceptive and manipulative aspects of human nature based on my experiences and observations. To be honest, some of those experiences cannot even be explained by rationality. Mostly, I get that when a person has a dark heart, it wouldn't matter how intelligent that person is, he/she would still be heading towards destruction.
Thus, those are a few reasons why I am the way I am.
I do rely on logic, because obviously logic speaks to everyone. However, I also see beyond it.
I know I might get ridiculed for my views, but I don't care anymore. I know that, I tend to question a lot of things in the modern world and I'm sure at first I will face a lot of ridicule for it. But hey, that's the point of being an idealist. You're supposed to be someone who isn't afraid to step outside of what reality usually tells you and ''just see'' the changes that are supposed to be there.
My experiences have pushed me to be this way.
I can't be anyone else but me. Can any other INFP's state reasons similar to mine or of another nature?