At a younger age, I pursued perfection. Thinking it was the ideal goal and the target of my efforts.
Palmer Parker’s point about the wholeness (in today’s reblog) echos the sentiment of an older me. The world, and by extension our life, is not perfect. In fact I recognize now that most things in life are not black-and-white but gray.
Seems to me the concept of wholeness is more fitting. It is inclusive, appropriate, and embracing (e.g. good and bad, perfect and not so perfect, and transition in between). Wholeness reflects the world we live and the hope for potential growth.
What is your view on perfection?
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