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Animal
Participant
  • Type: SeFi
  • Development: lll-
  • Attitude: Unseelie

Another observation: the myth of the Hero seems to have a positive connotation or bias that the other myths don’t have. The myths of the other functions exist in a neutral form, and can take a light or dark shade, but what is the neutral form of the Hero? That should give us pause at least.

Bingo.

You can’t ascribe something as universally  desirable and fundamentally human as ‘heroism’ to  just one function, and then say that people with other functions who are drawn to that, are coming from a place that is not natural or inherent to them.

If it were called “Messiah,” I’d be a lot less hesitant to identify with it. I mean – to me, being a Messiah sounds like a lot of unnecessary trouble. But my Fe lead friend?? Well he was born with these proclivities.

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