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    why yes I did, and I am again, but I just came to update something. i honestly may disappear for good soon from the forum, still on skype : )
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    You are quiet and deep when it comes to spiritual feelings and ideas. You're probably the type to operate "behind the scenes" when it comes to helping others. You have the gift of mercy and service. Have you ever worked with teenagers/kids? You'd kill it. You got no desire to dominate others, but rather, you come alongside the needy ones, and encourage them to help themselves.
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    Hey hey
    Thanks for the message. I think ESE is an interesting typing. I would be in the Nia Vardalos variety (if she is ESE).
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    Sweet. I can do zoom, skype, Marco Polo. Anything works for me!
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    Thank you for the info! I'm not sure why I don't get notifications for visitor messages, oh well. If you are ever bored and want to help type me, I'd be more than glad to do some live chats/videos. Only if you're REALLY BORED of course Thanks again for the info!
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    Where do you find videos of people of confirmed typings?
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    Thank you so much Tallmo! I immediately see a vibe of my grandmother who I have been told I look like at times. Thinking about it, Rick seemed like he almost had a LII vibe, maybe due to the Ne with the Ti accentuation for normalizing. Lol it's hard to compare and see yourself in other people sometimes. Thank you though, this is helpful!
  9. Haha are you mocking me? I wrote the same visitor message on angelic's profile page. If not that would be a funny coincidence
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    Hi, Tallmo. My interest leans slightly more to Greek, but you’re right; there is an enormous amount of literature in Latin. More of it survived than classical and Hellenistic Greek works, though of course the Greeks continued to write, and there’s plenty of Byzantine literature if you’re interested in that! And obviously Latin was the academic language of Europe until the twentieth century, which is great if you’re interested in anything academic or ecclesiastical. But yeah, it’s pretty cool to read, say, Julius Caesar’s account of the civil war from his own perspective.

    There are many benefits of learning ancient languages though, so go for it! Firstly, since they aren’t typically spoken anymore, you have to learn a very firm grasp of English grammar to understand what you’re reading — how can you translate a Latin participle or gerund when you have no idea what one is in English?? And then you learn history, of course; you can hardly avoid it! And this knowledge will give you a clearer view of the past, and of human nature: for all the cultural variances out there, people are pretty much the same everywhere you go. When you read the thoughts and feelings and hopes of people who lived 2,000 years ago in a vastly different culture, and realize that their experiences are universally relatable, your view of the world and of human nature really does become broadened. And, of course, in the case of Latin and Greek, it helps your vocabulary — when you see a new and unfamiliar English word (or even a word in other, Romance languages) you can often just figure it out from just your knowledge of those languages!
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The uncomfortable life of SEI
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Classical music, social dancing, Jungian psychology, guitar, drawing, nature, coffee, gym
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House painter / construction worker
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A true sense-perception certainly exists, but it always looks as though objects were not so much forcing their way into the subject in their own right as that the subject were seeing things quite differently, or saw quite other things than the rest of mankind. As a matter of fact, the subject perceives the same things as everybody else, only, he never stops at the purely objective effect, but concerns himself with the subjective perception released by the objective stimulus.
(Jung on Si)


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