We're talking about type descriptions, and we're evaluating their usefullness/truth.
It's this guy. On the things I heard this guy is, I've heard Einstein.
HeH. Actually makes me laugh.
"the integrity of the internal situation is the principle of existence of this type. If a Hamlet wears and frequently changes masks due to his creative function, a Balzac is able to really 'become' someone. “When losing myself I remain myself”. This trait becomes evident in a Balzac's relationships. This type has a natural gift of tuning in the mood of their vis-à-vis. A Balzac has the gift of being exactly what you want him/her to be. There is nothing he does not know about himself: “Don't teach me about myself”. People of this type often say: “I don't need socionics. It is of no use to me. I know all this and can do it all. I do not need it to communicate with people and the society.” In a sense this is true: Balzac is more aware of his and his partner’s condition than any other type. The inward orientation is more pronounced in a Balzac than in any other introverted type.
A Balzac has the greatest intuition. This type, so to say, “comprehends time in its fullness”. A person of sensing type is focused mostly on the “here and now”. An intuitive type is all over the place - he lives both in past and in future, his mind considers both past experience and potential opportunities. The two types make different impression even at a physical level when they enter a room. The sensing type 'fills' the whole room as soon as he enters. You feel like 'there is a lot of him/her'. The intuitive type is ‘hardly visible’. You can hardly feel his/her energy fluctuation."
The wiki. Ni. I like it. Explains why I jump from place to place pretty much all the time, because I am contemplating all the options, superimposing them, and doing a ton of things. That is true of you as well. Which is why I would be saying some things that might come out odd. That being said, my memory sucks (It really requires a good memory if you want to be correct all the time), so I'll often get details wrong.
This true of other people who are ILI? Note, I figured there were people who were better at this, and now, I suspect not.
Frequently wearing and changing masks is interesting, because I've actually identified people in my pictures, and identified them as the process. There's a picture I deliberately took to look like John Arbuckle. The man, the myth the legend.