Imperfect post

Nobody is perfect, isn’t it? To be honest, what is perfect? Well, according to Mr Google, perfection is the condition, state or quality of being free or as free as possible from all flaws or defects. Now, how come somebody being free from all flaws. Even though there’s a perfect thing out there, do we perceive it as a perfect thing. Well, with our imperfect eyes itself, we won’t see it as a perfect thing, don’t you say.

But on the other side, I still believe that there’s a way to become perfect. To become perfect, you need to be nobody. I’m sorry for the unintended pun. When no one judge you, you could say that you are perfect, right? We need to be more selfless, we need to realize that we are just one out of seven billion people in the world.

“The power of one man doesn’t amount too much. But, with whatever little strength I’m capable of.. I’ll do everything humanly possible to protect the people I love, and in turn they’ll protect the ones they love. It seems like the least we tiny humans can do for each other.” ~Roy Mustang

PS: This is truly a perfect post

In response to perfection


3 thoughts on “Imperfect post

  1. Beautiful post.

    Perfection is something I feel that we are all told to achieve. A goal engraved in childhood. To be perfect is to beat every other person. To be the best, because how could you be perfect if someone does something better? If someone stands taller. If someone has a ‘better body’ or more desirable features. We are greeted everyday to new methods of getting the perfect life, the perfect body, the perfect best friend, even the perfect lover?

    What gives anyone other than yourself the right to decide what is perfect to you? They say the perfect life involves having enough money, having a huge number of friends and owning everything you want. But that is only one person’s perfect life. Who says that the poorest cannot be happy, cannot be perfect? Who says that those who don’t fit measurements are not perfect?

    Perhaps because it is easier to see imperfection, than admit that perfection is a lost cause?

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s