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Thursday, July 12, 2012

The definition of Perfect is Complete.

Nothing stops the forward march of any creative endeavour like the need to do it absolutely perfectly. 

And who is to judge what is 'perfect' anyway? 

What I have judged full of flaws so many others have called terrific. 

Maybe the definition of Perfection is something that actually gets done.

"A state in which things are the way they are, and aren't the way they aren't", as you can see the UNIVERSE is perfect. Forward Motion is Absolute, the Universe stops for nothing.

Everything is 'subjective'...the old adage: "One man’s garbage is another man’s treasure". This means, there IS enough for everyone, we simply have to open our eyes to find ‘ours’??

My perfectionism leads me right into procrastination! I'm getting better at saying "enough" and being truly satisfied with the results!

The judge-archetype is almost always in the shadow, in my humble opinion

Just like Orb spiders. Do it over and over Spyros undone then begun... 

Spider is a nature's wonder. 

Which can defeat the very notion of perfect human habitat within the limit of given resources? 

Honey bee hive is perfect example of structural architect. 

Pentagon design drives its strength from bees. And list is endless; we are as a modern society just reinventing the wheel... 

Everything was here ever before. Just the frames and perspectives are changing. Like a mother who pacify an indulgent kid with all short of toys of his or her like.

So our human challenge is to reach and operate at the spiritual level where all is love and peace. Happiness cannot be travelled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude.

You are recreating your life every moment. Everything around you is a reflection of what's going on within you. 
Want to change something? 

You know where to begin – begin within.

The very centre of your heart is where life begins - The most beautiful place on earth. 

~ Rumi