noes, I want it to be an official day ˚∆˚ Or at least, if you decide, tell me the date, and I will participate mfcmofdccThank you for your input.
I think perhaps it can be a local thing I do with friends, rather than try and make it a community thing.
I shared the idea with an ESFP and he decided March 12 can be ESFP day. ^_^ The first person of each type I talk to can choose the day for their type. *excited*
I have 2 suggestions. which sounds better to you?Yay! If you like, you can choose the date? ^^
I think it would. Not because 'they' (me?) wants it to be, but because it seems that's the nature of groups of people. So I am happy keeping it as a weird thing I do with friends, where it can stay loving, lighthearted and fun.I would laugh if they made INFP day and it became cynical, exploitative and consumerist like every other holiday.
Woo! I love the idea of sharing what we've done.Wow, that's a great idea! And it appeals to me that it's an internet forum thing just because it's not commercial and kinda pure art (and that I don't need to sit in meetings for hours to do some community planning and organisation)!
Let's do this. Pick one day (30/8 sounds great to me) and let's do our thing wherever we are. Then post a picture or film here and share what we've done. Maybe we'll even see that stuff in real life and see that we're not the only INFP in our town
If you did this, it would be amazing to see photos/video of it!I'd walk the campus at night, strolling through the campus lanterns and foliage wearing all black, with stickie notes all inside my coat jacket. I'd fill each note with a deep inspirational, philosophical or other mind expanding message...Messages of love, acceptance and what have you. Just awesome stuff like that. By around 6:30 am, the campus is covered in stickies. Then, everyone would wake up, and go outside and see the campus covered in them.
personally I'm not. I don't need or want to let everyone know what my personality type is, just as I don't like wearing clothes that reveal my sexuality. It's not who I am. I'm not an infp person. I'm a person who is an infp. I don't like this kind of pride in certain characteristics and flaunting it to others. Also, personally I'd like the holiday to be mysterious, and I don't want to be known as the person who did stuff for infp day. By making it secret, we are actually making it our day. If everyone knew about it, and people wore their infp shirts around this time, people would figure out, and then it wouldn't be our day anymore. Personally I always wanted to be able to change the world behind the scenes. :sad: It's more magical and inspiring this way I think.I'm definitely IN!