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Hi!
Somehow, today I came across this forum unexpectedly and it really caught my interest. I did the MBTI a few months ago and do not know what to comment on this and my type INFP except that which is already obvious. :p
Furthermore, I like Anime, Manga and some other things related to Japanese culture. I do not know why but somehow I like a lot of art and other things coming from Japan. But I am also interested in foreign cultures, religions, philosophies, art in general and some science. I myself am a strong believer in God, destiny, life after death and meaning. Everything has meaning I believe, even the form of the clouds above you or the dewdrops in the grass to your feet. I am open to knew ideas but am also very principled.
I am German with many different roots. Are here any Germans? Just curious....^^
It already striked me that you sometimes use abbreviations I don't understand related to the personality types. It seems that I still have to learn a lot about them anyway. I already read here are a lot of INFPs. Maybe a forum like this attracts us? Just guessing ^^
However, I hope I will have a good time here, learn a lot, and meet nice people. Please be kind ^.^
 

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Hello!

be sure to celebrate November first
 

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Hello Yami no Yume!

Welcome to this forum ;)

I am from germany too (41, ISTP), joined here last year, and was quite busy as you can see ^^

We share the interest for MBTI, Japanese Culture, Anime and Manga, but I am non-religious ;)

Here are really a lot of INFPs, so I think you found a gigantic community hehe, and if you have any questions feel free to ask!
 

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@RaisinKG uhm I think I don't get what this video you shared is about or anything at all about it xD but anyway thank you very much for that input and your greatings :D oh and nice picture :)
@Lord of Turtles: Thank you very much! You've got quite a lot of posts for one year I see :D
The (non-)religiousity is not a problem when it comes to human relations as far as I am concerned. Probably most people I am engaged with e.g. at school or now at university are atheists. What connects me closer to people in my workaday life are probably interests like Anime, Manga and so on.

I see what you mentioned. My type seems to be very active here ^^ But I am also very interested in other types as I am always interested in people who are different in some way. Thank you for your offering ^.^
 

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Welcome fellow INFP :welcome:

Yeah, there are many of us on the forum, we are a bit everywhere (online, in real life I know only another INFP.)

We share an interest in art and I 100% agree about the " Everything has a meaning" bit. I'm interested in philosophies but I never had the time/opportunity to study the subject seriously.

Don't worry, in time you'll figure out everything you need to know about the theory and as for kindness go we have a ton of that :kitteh:
 

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HIII :D
We are really everywhere online? I wonder how you can tell that. It is hard for me to categorise anybody on or offline into a type. But it makes sense to me since it is said that we are good with writing. When somebody says to me online that he does not want to go on with the discussion because it is not the right place I wonder where the right place would be?? Because I can say all and as much as I want when I have the time to write and not in a real life discussion in which I normally get interrupted after every half of a sentence :/
I wonder if other people in my environment actually know about the indicator. I only showed it to my closest family members.
It makes me happy to find another person who believes in meaning :D Art(in a broader scale) and philosophy are things that actually bored me during school maybe because the lessons on it were not really interesting but with researching about it myself came the interest. I recently finished listening to the audio book of "Sophie's World" which probably was the model for the "ethics" classes at my school but the book makes it far more interesting and easier to understand.

I am eager to explore what awaits me here :)
 

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Hey! Welcome you too ! :)
Somehow most cool things come from Japan, don't they ? :D And somehow it seems that here is quite a number of people who are into those things.
But guys pls forget about the German issue. :p It is not really an important thing to me. It would be interesting to know if here are any but if you are not then forget about it :p
 

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Hallo :) another German human over here (though I don't share your interest for Japan and the Japanese culture). I am rather new to the forum as well. To me it seems like MBTI isn't really a thing in our home country, is it? I am the only one of my friends who's interested in this and it's a shame they don't want to discuss about this topic ...
 

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Hallihallo! xD
I think you are right. I never recognised anyone talking in German about this. I came across it by sliding through the comments of a Youtube video in English where someone asked the uploader which MB type she is. I am curious about what type my friends are. I should ask them to take a test as I did with my family but the problem for me is I don't have that much connection to friends I know for many years. I finished high school(Abitur) two years ago and did something different every year since then. I chat with one or two old friends here and there but only with one I have really deep conversations and everyone of them lives far away from me. It is not easy for me to connect deeply with new people. Haha, I hope I don't bore anyone away by these long explanations of myself :D
 

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Hallo :) another German human over here (though I don't share your interest for Japan and the Japanese culture). I am rather new to the forum as well. To me it seems like MBTI isn't really a thing in our home country, is it? I am the only one of my friends who's interested in this and it's a shame they don't want to discuss about this topic ...
Hello undsietanzt :)

I heard last year for the first time of MBTI. And although I was so often browsing and searching the internet, I never found it before. Crazy, right?

I find it difficult too to discuss this with others here in germany. The Judgers don´t need it, haha. I talk mostly with Percievers about MBTI and the Functions ^^

So, I just registered here, and I find it interesting to exchange with people from all over the world. I am sure you will find many friends ;)

And...WELCOME! (In case that you don´t open an own Thread)
 
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