1. I feel that in order to make a change in my life I need to radically change myself/my life, if I only make small changes it's no use and everything will remain the same. I also can't implement change gradually and need to do it all at once.
2. I don't like people that idolize or vilianify someone and are very rigid with their ideas of people, as if people are a still image instead of a continuous changing being. They are also the types of people that look down on pointing out the wrongs of "good" people or the rights of "bad" people. For some reason it's not as annoying to me when Se-Fis do it compared to when Ne-Fis do it.
3. When someone is asked an ethical questions, for example what is beauty, I find it a bit shallow if they use personal sentiments to define it, I'd find it a more satisfying answer if they said somethings like "this is what people have considered beauty through history" or something like that (is this Te or Fe?)