I think that this is a typical INTJ thing. We value informations based on how well the research has been done and we usually don’t trust every information easily.
Additionally we tend to rely a lot on our own views, because we ourselves see them as rational and therefore way more appropriate and “true” than informations coming from others. Which is why we don’t easily let go of our opinions, if the whole discussion is about an issue we know a lot about. As I have mentioned so very often in my answers so far: INTJs know what they know. This also means that we can accept informations of others more easily, if we don’t know anything about the issue, but as soon as we know something and we know that it’s proven to be right, we won’t give in quite so easily.
— Unknown (via katisque)
— Haruki Murakami (via psych-facts)
— F. Scott Fitzgerald (via makelvenotwar)
What good does being judgmental do?
I think all it does is build resentment. No one feels good when you give them that look or when you talk to them in that tone.
People are too quick to judge things that they don’t understand.
Come back down to earth. You ought to learn how to see life in ways different than your own point of view.
— Steve Martin, The Pleasure of My Company (via larmoyante)
— Franki Durbin (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
— Charles Bukowski (via psych-facts)