So what you’re not perfect.
What’s behind this little poster?
Well. I am not a fan of the popular believe that we’re all should believe in that we’re perfect, even though we have doubts. Doubt is good. It keeps us growing. If you doubt you’re perfect, and than you doubt you can even believe in the popular saying that you should think you’re perfect (crazy!), it’s a double stress. I say, accept your imperfections.
It’s all good.
The closest thing to perfection is in the ability to be fully present. Without any distracting thoughts, measuring or grading ourselves, we’re free to really be in the moment. It’s in that moment that we’re truly alive. Yet, the perfectionist isn’t typically present as they’re either busy critiquing the past and replaying their every decision or worrying about the future. So you see the perfectionist is never really present. Isn’t that ironic?
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