Nothing is Perfect?
March 10, 2018
Something is always imperfect. How can nothing if it really is nothing be anything but perfect? A short shrug is perfect, anything more is imperfect, and why should an imperfect judge whether something is perfect or not? Everything is perfect – as it is and considering what has transpired. ‘Perfect’ doesn’t have to be meant literally! I had a perfect childhood. Literally? Of course not! Many things could have made it better, but given all things considered including living in a small coastal logging town with a lot of rain, with great parents and the perception of freedom – what could be better?
Is a passionate kiss not perfect? A less passionate one, given the positive attitude is too. Maybe less than perfect, but perfect in explanation for the circumstances. Are not all actions perfect when considering what came before even though the action might have been anywhere from nothing to extreme action.
Before making a judgment, and judgments are subjective, seek as much information as possible to answer questions that fulfill why, where, who, what and how. What you see may well be how you are feeling at the moment, or from the angle from which you are seeing ‘whatever’, including your past experiences. Subjective thinking is individual on infinite matters. What you see as ‘tall’ in another is likely relative to your perception and not anthers perception. Regardless, it’s all perfect considering what came before in the observers experience of other perceptions which may well have been subjective judgmental evaluations that may or may not have been accurate if even there is an ‘accurate’.
No one is perfect? Yes and no, and from whose viewpoint? In a contest, ‘judges’ give their evaluation to their best ability, and that’s ‘supposedly’, and open to review. Also relative to what is the question. What does perfect even mean? When you see a dog, isn’t if perfectly a dog and yet skilled judgers of dogs may find it an imperfect representation of its ilk. That judgment is both imperfect and perfect depending for what perspective it’s being made.
Perfect is a statement of satisfaction that is rarely made to be meant literally, but as a figure of speech. Seeing a couple, you could say, ‘that’s a perfect couple’ only to find out that they are not a couple but only from erroneous perception at that moment where at another moment such feeling and judgment might not occur or have an entirely different mental projection. Always count on your thoughts to be different from anothers even if you think you understand their thought which ironically they may not even understand. It’s all perfect even though upon close evaluation it may seem imperfect. What’s perfect depends on your attitude, and use of what seems like ‘common sense’ to you. Love is perfect but relative to how high the ‘bar’ is set where imagination of anything greater meets ‘nothing’ could be more… maybe, so it seems… Have I been perfectly clear? Welcome to the land of illusion – it’s perfect!