Sometimes you will hear people say, “Nobody is Perfect.”
Generally they include themselves in this category of not being perfect.
It’s an odd kind of self judgment.
It’s an odd kind of self judgment based on this idea of perfection. However, there’s nobody in this category of “Perfection.” And if perfection is an empty group then “perfection” doesn’t really exist.
The consequences of that is that “imperfection” doesn’t exist. Then there is no one that is imperfect either. Including you.
Saying that you aren’t perfect is like saying that Tuesday is not tall enough. “Not tall enough” does’t exist as a category for Tuesdays. Then the category “Too Tall” doesn’t exist eigher. The categories don’t apply.
So applying the category descriptions of “perfect” and “imperfect” to your self, and other people, doesn’t make much sense.
This post originally published at www.ToltecSpirit.com a blog about the Four Agreements.
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