Ahh, now I see what you're getting at. It could lead to an internal conflict, but if we really think about it, color is only the result of the actions of our brains and retinas . If no eyes existed in the world, would anything be colored? It wouldn't be. So while I know that that's true, it doesn't put my at any more peace with the idea of a colorless world.Ah interesting. Thanks. The reason for asking is with very high Fe, ISFPs seem to brood around the question of, "What's right, and what's wrong?". I was thinking that being colorblind might lead to some internal conflict such as maybe, "What I'm seeing isn't true. Then what is true?" But then I guess that leads to the whole, "What is reality?" type question. Anyway thanks for the input!