In summary, @Blake opens discussion for and identifies the Dinoysian and Apollonian balance of life and how it’s evidence can be seen in the most recent presidential election.
I am a liberal, I guess you can say. Or, perhaps, I am more left than right. I’m a peace-loving, nature freak, man. Groovy.
Americans want something to fight for. It’s in our nature. Fight for freedom!!! Yeah! Trump in his current position as our President, sets the stage for debate and fighting for our rights. It inspires a time of contemplation on the nation’s current state and where it will lead. And, everyone has an opinion.
I totally get it - things weren’t working out. Understandable. We could all see it, and America spoke. Actually, they won’t shut up. No matter what side we’re on, we can all agree on a few things and one of them is Trump opened a lot of doors. He has no political background. But he’s the President. What an accomplishment. I am sure a lot of “non-political” candidates are already prepping for their stab at the next election.
It’s been under a month and I think we need to realize that. The media, no matter what bias they have, are in fact the media. It’s their job to report news - falsified or not. So, no matter what the fuel is used for, they like to burn shit.
I think a lot of you know about my unknowing of typology, but I would like to take a stab at this. Introverted feeling. Yes, I do think caring about someone’s well-being is all Fi. Just like Blake said/says, it’s not bad or good. It just is. Maybe, Fi is more “true”, but Fe expands to many more people. Let’s look at the ban - travel ban, immigration ban, whatever. Someone presenting with Fi would look at this on a small scale, and say, “This is unfair to the good people. We should help those people.” Fe would say, “I care about these people too, but let’s look at the ramifications of this. We could be letting in bad people too. And what about the safety of our people? And how would this effect our economy?” Fi doesn’t care about that. All it cares about it doing good. What feels good, and right, morally right. Am I correct in thinking Fi is predominantly inactive, where Fe is active? Just trying to make some associations? Am I right people? Or way off?
I do appreciate how Blake takes a second to put this all in perspective. Where we are today, didn’t happen overnight. Although it feels like it to people who hold things close to their morals. We are a young country in a new age, so there are going to be a lot of growing pains.