This is a topic that has concerned me as an INFJ for long, being someone who sees the world as a multi layered, never completely graspable composition. I always believe in multiple perspectives and while some people may see some issues as contrasting, I would see them as different facets, wrong and right in different ways, and without proper knowledge, I never produce strong judgements. The result is that I am almost always perceived as neutral, and consequently dull, or without the energy and power that comes with being "emphatic". Similar to how one liners and clear concepts are powerful, while long tedious talks about how things are really complex rarely catch on. And while I have my emphatic moments when I "know enough", I believe usually this is not the case. Now I have learned lately that subjectivity and expression of views that are not well rounded or multifaceted, might not be inherently "wrong". I now see concepts, ideas, and expression, as tools to formulate the "ultimate truth", rather than truths in their own rights. I am starting to believe that as long as we, or I, know them for what they really are, they can be quite powerful in building up a common understanding of the world that comes from the very diverse, "subjective" building blocks. Consequently, I am becoming more at peace with the idea of putting ideas on the table, as long as I make sure to properly define them. Any thoughts on the topic?