And thank you for casting your votes downstairs :-)
- I would rather be a feeler.Vote A
- I would rather be a thinker.Vote B
Most Helpful Guy
Answering this question will make your survival, more miserable.
We are not and should not take an extreme point to just become either thinker or feeler. They both are necessary at times.
It's not like thinkers don't "feel" and feelers don't "think".
And don't confuse feeling with emotions and thinking with intelligence.
A feeler will help the humanity to invent new things. He/she will "think" out of the box. A thing which is not logically possible according to a thinker.
While thinker will "feel" the fear of extinction and stay in boundaries with proper logics, truth and calculations for better survivability.
An extreme thinker will sue a smoker for committing suicide because the packet of cigarettes has written a text on it "smoking kills".
An extreme feeler will sell the goods at the same price he/she bought because he/she doesn't want to exploit the customer.
This doesn't make sense. We all are balanced. The only difference is that either we are inclined a bit towards one end OR we are very versatile to change our ends.
So, the real question becomes :-
Do you hold a characteristic of being a thinker/feeler or can you easily adjust yourself in the different circumstances?
●Thinkers will take the right decisions while feelers will take the important decisions.
●Thinkers are self dependent while feelers show better team work
●Thinkers will lie to make their life better while feelers will lie to make others' life better
●Thinkers will do what's right and correct while feelers will do what might be better.
So, to answer your question, I'm a well balanced between the both. I worship logic, but I take care of others. I don't stick to truth and challenge the limits. I do what's right but I'm not 100% honest because I don't want to jeopardise my career. I have great intuition (you know how I always find you) but I find it safer to observe to better counter the problems.
I'm optimised who feel to think better and think to feel better.
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Most Helpful Girl
you can't actually process thoughts without feeling, and you can't process feelings without thinking. both are useless on their own.1