Perfect

Perfect
(March 3, 2010)

There is a system today which is fast creating us into a "self-help" society. And I think that there is a lot of frustration that comes about as a result of "self-help" tactics. Frustration and confusion. What people lack today is not a voice to tell them how great they are and how great they can become and what they are doing wrong and what they are doing right. But people lack the ability of the acceptance of their humanity.

We need not strive to mold ourselves so much into being one thing or the other. Instead, we ought to change our ideals of perfection and see that perfection comes as a result of a great number of things.

You may be somewhat sad, and you may be somekind of a happy- both at the same time. And that can be your perfection. Perfection is attainable and perfection exists. But it is not defined. Perfection is the presence of many a number of things in the individual who is able to look at himself and feel all things at the same time. In he who accepts his humanity and says " this is perfect."

Perfection is not merely perfection. Rather, perfection is "Somekind of a perfect."


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6 comments:

  1. nice insight. there are perfect moments, but no perfect people. we can waste a lot of energy trying to be perfect...

    sorry i was a bit eerie this last weekend...on my way bad to happy...smiles.

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  2. I don't think you have understood what you have read. :)

    There IS perfect. Contrary to what you've understood. I think maybe you didn't really read....

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  3. What an outstanding entry of yours. One wishes that mankind would learn this not only to be read, but by heart, each and every word. A deep bow in respect of your writing.
    Please have a wonderful Thursday.

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  4. I think everyone holds a different idea of what perfection is, the problem is the we tend to be more concerned with each others standard of perfection, than Gods. I have a feeling he is much more accepting of us mere humans than we are of ourselves!

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  5. ρομπερτ~ Your comment has made one with my soul, Rompert. Not only am I very touched by heart, but you have sounded off my sentiments towards this piece of writing here, and God knows how honored I feel to feel a deep bow from you. Bless your heart.

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  6. Sares~ Sareski, well of course, He made us, and in His eyes, what he makes is perfect... then mankind goes along and makes his own ideals and ideas of perfect and creates loss and frustration and confusion in the process. How wonderful it would be...if our vision of all of our souls were not poisoned by the ideas of our own brains. For our souls are eternal. Our brains are made of dust.

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