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  1. [INFP] The idea of sacrificing one's life for someone

    INFP Forum - The Idealists
    There are scenarios in which an individual sacrifices their life for another so that the latter can live on. In fiction, it manifests as someone taking a bullet for you and dying. And you are left with that survivor guilt that 'it could have been you'. Such actions are sometimes framed 'as...
  2. The Happy Thread!

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  3. INFJ vs INFP - Quote and Then My Thoughts (Dec 2016)

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    Looking at this much, I am not an INFJ. When I took in my neighbor, Tasha for four months, which for all I knew could have been for a year or more, I did so because she had been betrayed by the people of her church, those in the Kingdom Hall (Jehovah's Witnesses) including her best...
  4. [ISFJ] ISFJ's and "Just Causes": My own story

    ISFJ Forum - The Nurturers
    Please let me start by saying that I'm not looking for people to agree with me. I'm honestly just looking for a group of non-biased people to tell the story of how I was (and in a way still am) in a never ending lie. Let me start off by saying that I had always been someone who believed in...
  5. Plan for the weekend

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    I thought, I could share with you, what I'm planning to do next weekend ^^ First of all, I'll go to the amusement park and eat losts of cotton candy >^< I'll take a few rides and I'm sure, that I'll have lots of fun. Then, I'll take out my screwdriver and take out the screws of the caroussel...
  6. 100 Years Ago Today: In Flanders Field

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    This poem is believed to have been written by John McCrae, a Canadian doctor in the trenches of WWI. He penned it on the evening of May 3rd, 1915 after carrying out a funeral service for a friend during the Second Battle of Ypres. The poem was subsequently published in a British magazine called...
  7. Organ Donor

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