"What is the best for me may not be the best for others"Glad we're having this conversation. I think I understand a lot more about the abbreviations at least. After reading Fi and Fe, I can say that I feel the Fe description is spot on for me. I derive my sense of morals from what I feel is best for the world, for humanity and other people as a whole. What is a personal set of morals? What's best for me? What's best for me may not be the best for others. When I consider God and my religious spiritual background, I am picturing the world as a whole, and how we all would get along better and take better care of each other. I'm sure I can go read some more Fi and Fe articles.
I will tell you one thing though, I didn't feel the Si or Se articles. I'd make a horrible detective or inspector, lol. I have lots of trouble adapting to the moment and therefore do terrible at online player vs player games. I'm constantly getting outdone by these kids who just seem to be able to adapt to the situation far better than me, and even after doing the same thing 100 times, I still am not that much better at it if I have to move like Superman in order to successfully perform the task. I'm much better taking things slower, more controlled, and even then, I don't like dealing with numbers and statistics. I also don't like mundane everyday tasks. Paperwork? Boring!
I don't live in the moment, and when I do, it's because I have a person right in front of me that I can focus on, or a game I am playing. I'm grateful for your help, in any case.
I mean only you can say, but you seem very plainly ENFP to me. I'll stop talking about it, now.