Anne Squared

Life filtered through the lens of an INTJ, Mom, and healthcare professional.



Humanity, INTY

Humanity… referring to the “human race” was first recorded in the mid-15th century. Its roots are in both Old French and Latin. Both root languages include mankind/humankind in origin, and collectively include the concepts of kindness, giving, all life on earth, refinement (referring to how one is raised), as well as pity. (Old French, humanité, umanité and Latin, humanitatem, date to the late 14th century. (Source:   “You must […]

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An INTJ Quote by Thomas Jefferson

Famous INTJ – a Quote by Thomas Jefferson INTJ Insight … An INTJ is forgiving of the lack of knowledge. But we have little tolerance for lies and  arguments based on erroneous information. Presented with the aforementioned, we stop listening, and may completely ignore and dismiss input in the future. INTJ’s strive for improvement – in a process or end result. Our intuitiveness and ability to think through scenarios with […]

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