The imperfect perfectionist

The imperfect perfectionist

You aren’t supposed to be perfect. We aren’t supposed to be perfect. You know why? Perfection is evil.

It would have resulted in extinction of the humans. What happens when there is no fault in a design? It resists to change. If it works fine, why would it change? If there would have been no faults, there would be no chance of evolution. And you know what happens when we don’t evolve with time? We stagnate. We die.

Our imperfections make us perfect. Yes! It’s only our imperfections that helps us realise that we need to work. It’s this feeling of insecurity to make our lives perfect that keeps the spirit working for it. Think, if you consider you are perfect. You won’t be able to work. Because you think it’s all done. Your life’s already to perfect to work for anything else.

What if you can’t do it? Is it so important that you’ve to achieve everything in life? Just accept that you were not able to do it. Just accept that life is not going to be fair. We can cry, we can be happy. These are phases of the human life. Consciousness comes with emotions. Is it too hard to accept? It’s hard trying not to feel them and work for that perfectly happy life that you may not even want.

Maybe it’s time that we start embracing our imperfections and help them to live a life in a perfect way and not to live perfectly.

Spread the love
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
Sanket Jain
Budding writer, photographer, debater.

Submit a Comment




  • You may also like