Friedrich Nietzsche said:Arrogance on the part of the meritorious is even more offensive to us than the arrogance of those without merit: for merit itself is offensive.
Hannibal Lector said:"Io fei gibetto de le mei case." I made my own home be my gallows.
Augustus Ceaser said:Hasten, slowly
Gandalf said:Do not be too eager to deal out death in judgment. Even the very wise cannot see all ends.
Hannibal Barca said:I will either find a way, or make one.
Issac Asimov said:Never let your sense of morals get in the way of doing what's right.
Franz Kafka said:I can prove at any time that my education tried to make another person out of me than the one I became. It is for the harm, therefore, that my educators could have done me in accordance with their intentions that I reproach them; I demand from their hands the person I now am, and since they cannot give him to me, I make of my reproach and laughter a drumbeat sounding in the world beyond.
Theodore Kaczynski said:Never lose hope, be persistent and stubborn and never give up. There are many instances in history where apparent losers suddenly turn out to be winners unexpectedly, so you should never conclude all hope is lost.
As for INFP's; we get easily ignored -- which is often a mistake; because we've got a lot to say even if it doesn't always make sense :laughing:What does your type bring to the table?
What piece of information do you feel others are missing in personalitycafe/ your surrounding/ the world?
Tell us your words of wisdom.
Be as honest and straightforward as you wish.
Well now in my experience INFPs get ignored in the real world cause they rather prefer it. Online, INFPs flourish cause they can act out and role play. INFPs by their nature don't like talking about themselves much and think before speaking. I guess oportunities end up passing them by as they reflect :wink:As for INFP's; we get easily ignored -- which is often a mistake; because we've got a lot to say even if it doesn't always make sense :laughing:
That makes perfect sense. I like this a lot...My father was NF, and whenever there was issues in the time I spent with him, his intuitive knowledge of what was bothering him was picked up by mine.. When I was bothered he could read me too.. He also had trouble with words, but he was inherently aware.. Be it the experiencing of my life through any factor, he knows me better than I do.. Conversely, in all the times he struggled to find a way of clarifying what he felt, the lack of words, the lack of expression, my intuition always knew what he needed to say, or do, or have.. In a way, I knew my father better than he knew himself..
Sometimes people dont know that there does not need to be a reason for something, ironically it takes a rational person to acknowledge that although you feel it, does not mean it has a reason.. And likewise, although the meaning that we ascribe to things can be irrational, that doesn't mean that we cannot be aware of what it means..
I hope that makes sense.. I get rather incoherent at times when I align myself to my father's mentality and he is not there.