It's not my place to say something. Someone else must have said something already. Maybe there is more to it than I see? This must be condoned by the owner. The eye of the beholder is the window to their brain. It is possible to see our actions as superfluous. We may discount the fact our responsibilities include trying to better everyone's experience(s) in a workplace. Moral disengagement can help create just the opposite, and can help propel one down into a spiral spin. The infj can easily disembark on a path to social disengagement. Some think this is exacerbated with age, and can be arguably true in many instances. Some may even go as far as to grow weary of staring out the window, possibly wanting another view from another place because they do not wish to die there doing the same thing every day. Another may see this, yet keep it to himself. Have they become judge, or have they become complacent and do nothing about anything? If one were to turn one's head and look the other way, having already witnessed what they seek to not see, they then must manifest how to deal with this in their thoughts. They are also allowing what bothers them to go on and on by their non-confrontational inaction. Some folk may end up alone and broke, when they should have been sitting behind a desk and allowing their ethics to help the many instead of the few. They may actually be letting others down.