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    Arrow Cool/Intelligent Multifactor MBTI Test

    I took this some years ago, thought it was pretty neat, and have been trying to find it again. A few days ago he messaged me telling me he updated it. http://3dpsyche.com/


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    My results aren't a total reflection, some states are overshadowed maybe due to the simpler wording to the questions ie. I'd say I'm more sentimental and theoretical than it awards me, but I like the categories and think it fits anyway. It's the same thing I got two years ago:

    http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/st...D2&tone=000000



    MBTI best fit: INTP or INTx

    85% Logical
    71% Lethargical
    67% Philosophical
    63% Industrial
    59% Sentimental



    Abstraction, Order, Detachment

    The best concept to define the focus of this state is rationale. It happens when we are physically and emotionally relaxed, but rationally tense. We are in this state when being analytic and trying to find order and patterns. Its ideal scenario is when everything makes sense and falls into place within our head; and when we want to find this perfection.

    By definition, this is the state of abstraction, order and detachment. When opening, it links to the Technical, Conceptual and Theoretical. When internalizing, it links indirectly to the Industrial, Philosophical and Lethargical.

    Its main characteristic is bringing order to concepts, thus determining our sense of rational certainty, all while avoiding physical and emotional engagement. This defines our ability to structure and analyze abstract data, without being constricted, misguided or distracted by our immediate physical perception or emotional appreciation.

    Scientists, Analysts, Mathematicians, Programmers…

    People who have a strong tendency to this state may forget about basic physical needs for periods of time, or neglect attention to their loved ones; but they will create systems and schedules to deal with this. They are open to learn and appreciate things, but are strict about their resolutions. Ideally, everything they do should have a perfect reason. They do not show interest for demanding physical activities, unless they see a clear purpose or personal goal. They are not friends of whimsical ideas or feelings, and avoid drama. They also dislike frivolities and reckless behaviors.

    They have three tendencies towards introversion: self-reliance due to abstraction, which may cultivate rumination, shyness and passive aggression; stubbornness due to order, which may cultivate inflexibility and strictness; and self-absorption due to detachment, which may cultivate selfishness and disinterest.

    People that are strongly logical create connections with those who share their convictions, and develop respect for intellectual leaders. They do not need physical presence or trivial chats in order to maintain relationships; their sense commitment does the trick. They can mold habits, and adopt and respect measures quickly if there is a good reason to do so, but are very against those they cannot see a clear purpose for. They look to rest only when things make sense or are in order. They develop personal infatuations with ideas, thing or people, but may struggle with charisma or courage. They tend to be industrious, but dislike supervision, thus preferring clear and strict methods and policies.
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    INFP

    Sentimental

    Physically relaxed
    Rationally relaxed
    Emotionally tense

     


    The best concept to define the focus of this state is sensibility. It happens when we are physically and rationally relaxed, but emotionally tense. We are on this sate when our actions and decisions are dictated around our feelings; and, when we are taken over or captivated by appreciations that escape our reason and exalt our ideas, senses or actions.

    By definition, this is the state of abstraction, unrestraint and value. When opening it links to the Aesthetical, Spiritual and Inspirational. When internalizing it links indirectly to the Philosophical, Passional and Lethargical.

    Its main characteristic is valuing our inspirations and empathy, thus determining emotional bonds, all while avoiding physical and rational engagement. This offers us the ability to feel an unavoidable connection or rejection, love or phobia, for things and ideas. These values seem to escape our senses or reason.

    Poets, Balladeers, Preachers, Painters…

    People who have a strong tendency to this state are likely to create strong bonds and rejections, having a clear idea of what is beautiful and ugly, good or bad. In fact, their world tends to find meaning through their passion, purpose, desires or fears. They do not have interest for demanding physical activities, or those which deviate from their passion. But, they experience tremendous joy from executing activities, or appreciating things; if these carry their values, the pleasure is intensified. This tendency to connections, fascination and pleasure has a delicate line; it could point to things that may oppose other values. They look for constant reaffirmation.

    They have three tendencies towards introversion: self-reliance due to abstraction, which may cultivate rumination, shyness and passive aggression; stubbornness due to unrestraint, which may cultivate defiance and recklessness; and self-absorption due to value, which may cultivate sensitivity and bias.

    People that are strongly sentimental create strong connections with those that share their passions, and develop admiration for those who embody them. They maintain emotional bonds with distant and even lost ones or things. They are respectful of moral values, but do not rationalize them. Judgment and wisdom is intuitive for them. They look to rest only when things feel right, blessed or good. They may get involved in activities passionately and impulsively.
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    I finished the test but how did you isolate that page?
    But, for a certainty, back then,
    We loved so many, yet hated so much,
    We hurt others and were hurt ourselves...

    Yet even then, we ran like the wind,
    Whilst our laughter echoed,
    Under cerulean skies...

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    I thought it was actually pretty good.

    http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/st...AC&tone=000000


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    But, for a certainty, back then,
    We loved so many, yet hated so much,
    We hurt others and were hurt ourselves...

    Yet even then, we ran like the wind,
    Whilst our laughter echoed,
    Under cerulean skies...

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    I got ISTp? Perhaps because I just got back from a sporting activity?

    Anyway, definitely high quality.
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    It said I'm lethargic... and ISFp (no idea where the F is coming from, though).
    „Man can do what he wants but he cannot want what he wants.“
    – Arthur Schopenhauer

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    It said I was ENFj.
    It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so.
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    You can't wake a person who is pretending to be asleep.

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    Going to take this now, watch out.

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    Ideational
    Physically relaxed = abstraction
    Rationally flexible = inquiry
    Emotionally flexible = empathy

    Keywords:
    Imagination
    Social
    Inspirational
    Conceptual
    Theoretical
    Spiritual
    (indirectly) heroical

    Storytellers, Authors, Debaters, Creatives


    http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/st...AC&tone=CC9999

     




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    INFP (close P/J)... my standard MBTI result for the past few years. not a bad test. I like that it didn't feel like a chore to take it.


    Sentimental


    Physical
    Rational
    Emotional
    Tense → Action Order Value
    Flexible → Alertness Inquiry Empathy
    Relaxed → Abstraction Unrestraint Detachment


    The best concept to define the focus of this state is sensibility. It happens when we are physically and rationally relaxed, but emotionally tense. We are on this sate when our actions and decisions are dictated around our feelings; and, when we are taken over or captivated by appreciations that escape our reason and exalt our ideas, senses or actions.
    By definition, this is the state of abstraction, unrestraint and value. When opening it links to the Aesthetical,Spiritual and Inspirational. When internalizing it links indirectly to the Philosophical, Passional and Lethargical.
    Its main characteristic is valuing our inspirations and empathy, thus determining emotional bonds, all while avoiding physical and rational engagement. This offers us the ability to feel an unavoidable connection or rejection, love or phobia, for things and ideas. These values seem to escape our senses or reason.

    Poets, Balladeers, Preachers, Painters…


    People who have a strong tendency to this state are likely to create strong bonds and rejections, having a clear idea of what is beautiful and ugly, good or bad. In fact, their world tends to find meaning through their passion, purpose, desires or fears. They do not have interest for demanding physical activities, or those which deviate from their passion. But, they experience tremendous joy from executing activities, or appreciating things; if these carry their values, the pleasure is intensified. This tendency to connections, fascination and pleasure has a delicate line; it could point to things that may oppose other values. They look for constant reaffirmation.They have three tendencies towards introversion: self-reliance due to abstraction, which may cultivate rumination, shyness and passive aggression; stubbornness due to unrestraint, which may cultivate defiance and recklessness; and self-absorption due to value, which may cultivate sensitivity and bias.People that are strongly sentimental create strong connections with those that share their passions, and develop admiration for those who embody them. They maintain emotional bonds with distant and even lost ones or things. They are respectful of moral values, but do not rationalize them. Judgment and wisdom is intuitive for them. They look to rest only when things feel right, blessed or good. They may get involved in activities passionately and impulsively.



    http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/st...20&tone=000000
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    http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/st...20&tone=0000FF

    Meow's Results

    The moving icons indicate the 3D Psyche's states closest to the results. Click on them to explore; and, try changing the view with the star icon (top right) to better visualize the cube.

    The multicolored circle atop is our approximation to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. This is NOT an official MBTI classifier; it is simply our best guess based on your answers. Learn more.

    The following state has the highest proximity to the results. You should also explore closely neighboring states. Asterisks (*) mean that the proximity is internal, personal, introverted.
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    Factual Physical
    ↓ Rational
    ↓ Emotional

    Tense → Action Order Value
    Flexible → Alertness Inquiry Empathy
    Relaxed → Abstraction Unrestraint Detachment


    The best concept to define the focus of this state is objectivity. It happens when we are emotionally relaxed, but physically and rationally flexible. In this state we are aware of anything that goes on around us, or proposes a threat or treat, in order to learn, measure, or look for information and utility. We are not attentive to abstract feelings in creative or emotional forms, we are matter of fact. This state focuses on grasping tangible information and being prepared for change of action or technique. In it we are social, engage in new activities easily and are curious about them.

    By definition, this is the state of alertness, inquiry and detachment. When opening, it links to the Social. When internalizing, it links to the Conceptual, Sensorial, Technical and Practical; and indirectly to the Cordial.

    Its main characteristic is sensing the surroundings for concepts, or pondering about what is presented to our senses, all while avoiding emotional engagement. This defines our ability to keep an objective mind about what is presented to us.
    Merchants, Dealers, Trackers, Marketers…

    People who have a strong tendency to this state will have low patience for whimsical details about likes and dislikes, beauty and emotional values. Their attention goes to where there is a clear objective; where action and wit is needed. For them, being sharp is more pressing than sentimental or moral sensitivities. But, this same ability can make them miss out on emotional or abstract experiences. They are great at things that require physical wit. They have a knack for defying convictions and look to explore, tempt and rig systems and norms.

    This state has one tendency towards introversion: self-absorption due to detachment, which may cultivate selfishness and disinterest.

    People that are strongly factual see that others tend to be fanatical or delusive about ideas and values; or that they are emotionally susceptible, and make things uncertain and unpractical. They maintain an open mind and point of view, and are adaptable and able to work their way through changing rules in a game. They value things using personal interests or preferences, but tend to be very fond and supportive of their personal group, community and family.

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    Kinda of wierd, Imperial and INFJ, the daily demands work tho which is INTP/INTj.

    http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/st...20&tone=CC99CC

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    I'm ExFp and 81% SENSUAL

    The best concept to define the focus of this state is instinct. It happens when we are rationally relaxed, but physically and emotionally flexible. In this state we are aware of everything that moves, shines or proposes a treat or threat, but mainly reacting with emotions or attributing emotions to them. In other words, experiencing sensorial emotions. We look to sense, connect and express likes and dislikes. We are easygoing, sensitive and free spirited. This state is social, engages in new activities easily, and evokes sympathy.

    By definition, this is the state of alertness, unrestraint and empathy. When opening, it links to the Social. When internalizing it links to the Inspirational, Sensorial, Histrionical and Aesthetical; and indirectly to the Organizational.

    Its main characteristic is sensing the surroundings for inspiration, or empathizing with what is presented to our senses, all while avoiding rational engagement. This defines our ability to sense what is happening at an emotional level —enthusiasm, anguish, ire, surprise— without having to question or rationalize it. It also defines our ability to follow social vibes and swings.

    Socialites, Playmates, Bohemians, Partyers…

    People who have a strong tendency to this state have low patience for explanatory details, deliberation and reflective analysis, their attention goes to where the physical emotion is at. For them, being spontaneous, funny, and able to follow the vibe is more pressing than intellectual or moral pursues. Being active and open to bond with others gives them a chance to get involved in several interests and topics. But, their participation can be subjective to the moment and the opportunities to unwind and be festive. They can be organized by following social costumes or “common sense”. They enjoy sports, but are not necessarily competitive. They also enjoy art, but preferably in tangible forms (music, dance, fashion, etc.). They enjoy being part of the audience or crowd, and not necessarily struggle to be a contender or critic; although, they make great performers.

    This state has one tendency towards introversion: stubbornness due to unrestraint, which may cultivate defiance and recklessness.

    People that are strongly sensual look for fun and free expression, and feel out of place in solemn or serious environments. They react to feelings with expressivity, and are susceptible to their social environment. They focus on perceiving and connecting to the moment and transmitting these emotions to others. This gives them the ability to recognize other’s humors. They use personal instincts as guiding norms.


    Um yeah this doesn't seem that true lol. Just read HISTRIONICAL & PASSIONAL which are much more me.


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    i got entj- social

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    Pretty spot on.

    http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/st...13&tone=669999

    MBTI best fit: iNTj (51% for judging, so iNTx makes more sense)

    "Conceptual"

    Abstraction, Inquiry, Detachment


    The best concept to define the focus of this state is curiosity. This happens when we are physically and emotionally relaxed, but rationally flexible. We are in this state when we want to learn and contemplate concepts and reasons. We are not satisfied with a simple answer or rules, and this ability opens the door to new ideas and questions. It makes us eager to know and conceive things.

    By definition, this is the state of abstraction, inquiry and detachment. When opening, it links to the Factual or Ideational. When internalizing, it links to the Logical or Lethargical, and indirectly to the Spiritual or Practical.

    Its main characteristic is the grasp of concepts and information while avoiding physical or emotional engagement. This defines our understanding of abstract ideas without constriction, misguidance or distraction by immediate physical demands or emotional appreciations.

    Researchers, Scribes, Whizzes, Geeks…

    People who have a strong tendency to this state are not prone to physically demanding activities. For them, being knowledgeable is more pressing than being authoritative or irrationally passionate. They may be procrastinators and constant researchers, as the are interested in progressively learning and conceiving things. They have low patience for whimsical details about likes and dislikes; their emotional values are mostly dictated by personal preferences or more objective interests. They avoid physical struggle and emotional drama. However, their curiosity leads them to new fields to explore, activities to engage in, and emotional connections to form. But, this interest can be sporadic or subjective to intellectual pursue.

    They have two tendencies towards introversion: self-reliance due to abstraction, which may cultivate rumination, shyness and passive aggression; and self-absorption due to detachment, which may cultivate selfishness and disinterest.

    People that are strongly conceptual do not focus on physical feats or emotional challenges. They are conversational, good listeners, but not necessarily determined to reach resolutions or convictions; they are more open to data and possibilities. They like encyclopedias, language systems, investigation and science. They may be fascinated with ideas, but may struggle with charisma. They are practical but may lack physical alertness or coordination. They are attracted to gadgets and systems to accomplish tasks.
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    INXJ, as per usual.

    Ideational: 77%
    Spiritual: 72%
    Theoretical: 71%
    Philosophical: 66%

    http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/st...9F&tone=000000

    Interesting classifications. I'm waiting for someone to attach each of these to Enneagram tritypes.
    "And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it." -Roald Dahl

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    Imperial ISxj



    Imperial ------ 88%
    Passional ----- 68%
    Industrial ---- 68%

    Philosophical - 63%

    Factual ------- 31%
    Sensual ------- 31%

    Ideational ---- 25%
    Social -------- 22%

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    Woof...you're ...in-Tense...


    *ducks and runs away*
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    Quote Originally Posted by anndelise View Post
    Woof...you're ...in-Tense...
    And I'm in tents



    Quote Originally Posted by anndelise View Post
    *ducks and runs away*

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    I like the basic parameters: http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/parameters
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    Ok, well...scratch the likes off poli's post, he had edited in the second pic after i liked his tents comment.
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    ENFJ Cordial....

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    ENFJ ideational.

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    IN-J

    Ideational 77%
    Spiritual 71%
    Theoretical 71%
    Philosophical 66%
    Heroical 63%

    http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/states/2a8080?results=19A1A1&testee=munenori&daily=202020 &tone=33CCCC

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    kinda can see how the description fits in parts but I feel like some of the categories were hard for me to understand what they were asking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    I got ISTp? Perhaps because I just got back from a sporting activity?
    I think you exercised with wrenches.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pa3s View Post
    It said I'm lethargic... and ISFp (no idea where the F is coming from, though).
    It's a mystery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agee The Great View Post
    ENFJ Cordial....
    same

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglas View Post
    same
    So this is what it is all about. I get it now.

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    I have gotten INXj

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    Imperial
    The best concept to define the focus of this state is duty. It happens when we are physically, rationally and emotionally tense. In it we are prepared to act towards a predetermined interest. We have no time for banalities, and feel deeply involve, pro or con, with everything. Although it seems socially open, it is more socially committed, and its sense of society could be exclusive.

    By definition, this is the state of action, order and value. When opening, it links to the Ethical, Protectoral and Entrepreneurial. When internalizing, it links indirectly to the Passional, Philosophical and Industrial.

    Its main properties are bringing action to philosophies, order to passions, and value to industry. This defines our ability to carry on our ideals with conviction and sense of duty.

    Archetype for this state: Cheifs
    Rulers, Delegates, Enforcers… People who have a strong tendency to this state love being productive, are passionate about orders, and religious about habits. They tent to achieve relaxation through control. They are committed, and remain focused on their duties even on vacations. Others would think they make a big event out of trivial things, or stress out when there is no need to. They are effective to carry out an enterprise, as they struggle to cover every subject. They may tent to feel righteous. This can make them the most decisive and successful people, but the less likely to question their goals. They love acknowledging merits, and search to inspire others. They enjoy having strong adversaries, but mostly, they enjoy power and victory.

    This state has three tendencies towards introversion: self-reliance due to action, which may cultivate impatience, competition and aggressiveness; stubbornness due to order, which may cultivate inflexibility and strictness; and self-absorption due to value, which may cultivate sensitivity and bias.

    People that are strongly imperial like to analyze things thoroughly, but are passionate about their feelings, beliefs, likes and dislikes, and not likely to change them or give up on them. This may constrict analysis towards a particular goal. Also, they are eager to act, and this limits patience. They look at the greater good or big picture, but are lenient towards customs, routines and personal preferences. They have great focus, but also a tunneled view. This combination results in great achievements, but could also lead arbitrarily. They tend to be philosophic when things are under physical control, excited when things are in order, and industrious about their desires.

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    http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/st...results=19E715

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    85% logical
    69% philosophical
    67% industrial
    67% lethargical

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aerorobyn View Post
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    Hey Ashton, what's cooking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Absurd View Post
    Hey Ashton, what's cooking?
    Hey Abbie, I think the cookies are burning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aerorobyn View Post
    Hey Abbie, I think the cookies are burning.
    That's unfortunate.

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    lol I just noticed like everyone's rational and/or intuitive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by munenori2 View Post
    lol I just noticed like everyone's rational and/or intuitive.
    That's a good sign.

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    Conceptual (83%) > Lethargical (74%) > Spiritual (68%) > Sentimental (62%)

    http://3dpsyche.com/home/3dpsyche/st...EC&tone=030303

    I really like this test because I love the lethargical class and the choice of using black for it. I've been seeing myself as falling more and more into being like that though not for the reasons exactly in the description of the category (reading the description seems kind of contradictory but I suppose it's trying to account for all of the different kinds of people who could fall into it). For me the lethargical class represents the opposite of vitality and is in a way wishing to die (not so much literally, but inside). I can think more about its face... this black face that doesn't care, doesn't want to get up in the morning, thinks everything is hopeless or pointless and is too tired to try. The funny thing is that I couldn't be any of the things that it describes mainly because they are each less lethargic than I am: The nomad has a lot of energy to wander around everywhere; the rebel is all angsty and has a beef with everything (exhausting); and the monk is able to sit in a state of boredom for hours on end only s/he doesn't find it boring and can do something like stare at a vase from dawn till dusk. I suppose these are different, stronger faces of the lethargical type. The nomad is physical; the rebel emotional; and the monk conceptual. And if I look at it that way I am okay with the monk and that's more the ascetic who has transcended their material fixation and can contemplate (hopefully not a vase) in a more mentally active way rather than stare ahead like a dead person (dead inside and out).

    I'm thinking now that lethargical should have been at the top of this, now that I'm thinking of it less in terms of depression. I'll resist the urge to go back and retake to change my results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    The nomad is physical; the rebel emotional; and the monk conceptual. And if I look at it that way I am okay with the monk and that's more the ascetic who has transcended their material fixation and can contemplate (hopefully not a vase) in a more mentally active way rather than stare ahead like a dead person (dead inside and out).

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