Posted by kittykats8 (126.96.36.199) on June 16, 2003 at 01:16:04:
In Reply to: Re: Thank you for your advice! posted by raz62 (188.8.131.52) on June 13, 2003 at 07:55:59:
> > > > > uhh.... No.
> > > > > Money doesn't bring you 'hapiness and freedom'. Not alone anyways
> > > > Right... Sounds like you're one of those narcisistic, status driven 3's! You aren't going to find any true 4's who agree with your obvious lack of intuitive depth on this message board, so go sound off to someone else who can share your shallow values!
> > >
> > > >>>>>It's great to be a 4/3, I am calling myself a narcissistic, status-driven, shallow achiever even as I am ecstatic and ordering the champagne because my stock has gone up this week! (BTW, all are welcome to this 4s ear, especially 3s, as that is my strong wing)
> > But you've wondered, haven't you, in other messages if you might not be a 3/4?...seems possible. This 4/3 is closer to a TRUE 4.
> >>>>>>>>>I actually thought everyone (you -Kittykats8, Jack, and I) were being a bit facetious. I don't think anyone is deluded enough to believe that money=happiness, nor do I believe that any 4 is deluded enough to think that they are intrinsically more intuitive and less shallow than a 3. If anything, an aerage 4 is just more aware of his or her own foibles than an average 3.
> PS my lack of success in the career world suggests that I am NOT a 3/4.
Re_ "nor do I believe that any 4 is deluded enough to think that they are intrinsically more intuitive and less shallow than a 3." Really? The information I'v read as well as the experience of being married to a 3 for 25 years DOES NOT bear this out. True, 4's are rarely delusional as they as a group ARE the most in touch with their feelings AND intuition, while 3's are the least in touch with theirs. (And they say opposites attract! I'll testify to that. Also makes that 3 wing quite interesting to live with.) But I could be missing something. (Sorry, I'm not up to date on your work situation.)
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