Imperfection

Some Critters are agitated in the face of a Task. The assumption is that all effort must result in Perfection. Talk about Stress! This is the state of the Atelophobe. Hard to begin when the critique precedes the performance. You lose, or, you lose.

Rhinos have the advantage of doing almost nothing but eat, drink, and get on with whatever comes to mind. We place no importance on pleasing anybody else; why should We? We assume everyone is doing their best, or simply does not care how things work out.

Perfection is an impossible achievement. Nobody’s perfect, so why fret about it?

2 thoughts on “Imperfection

  1. This way, we can improve or disintegrate- which will ultimately result in our understanding that we have been ‘pretty’ perfect all along.

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