I know ISTP's love adventure. I wonder if its the combination of a sensor's inability to see the future, mixed with a perciever's craving for more and more information. What do you think?
IDK, I'm an E and I hate attention.I dunno about that. Isn't that an extrovert thing?
DJ, good question re: adventure. I think it's fairly obvious for ISTPs and ESTPs, but it would be interesting to know about the ISFPs and ESFPs. Aren't they more artistic than adventurous?
I am not sure. I do know my favorite jobs have involved a decently high mix of risk, and technical ability.I know ISTP's love adventure. I wonder if its the combination of a sensor's inability to see the future, mixed with a perciever's craving for more and more information. What do you think?
I don't know if I can agree with the inability to see the future bit. As long as I remember, I've been adventurous to a limit: I always saw the worst case scenario of a dangerous act play and replay for my inner vision - but I've always made a point of doing what I could to reduce the risks involved, and then overcoming my fears.I know ISTP's love adventure. I wonder if its the combination of a sensor's inability to see the future, mixed with a perciever's craving for more and more information. What do you think?
I crave a day when I can just go out into a new world, with no plan past eat, sleep comfortably, have fun, learn and discover new thing, desperately. But I'll probably just end up living a dull life, living out those dreams through writing -_- - not that I'm a writer, I just see it happening. I wish there was something more, or the world was a little less...discovered, and I was less lazy - hadn't lost alot of my passion, like I've been half asleep for the last few years most of the time.
I do enjoy creative acts, I just wish I could get my act together and push myself right out of my easy, comfortable frame of existence. I guess I want to start momentum to try and change the world, but only after having adventured myself away from home, and into dealing with what comes my way. A test and learning experience I guess.Things like writing or composing are very adventurous to me. I find it fascinating to be able to express yourself imaginatively and so many things can be discovered through writing.
I'm an adventurous person. And from the way you described it, I like the exploration things too. I mean, what are they existed for in the first place if not for us to "crack" it? I could get crazy in one of those stuffs for about a month or so, and then gradually the feeling would die. But it's fine since I'll find another new things to try.Hmm, well when I say adventure, I'm talking exploration too, of any medium: books, video games, movies, wilderness, physical stuff, board games, dungeons and dragons etc.