When I choose a subject to ponder on , I also use one of the other quotes as the title of my blog. I think I’m sorry I can’t be beautiful says a lot about perfection and the journey it can take us on and the damage it can cause in our lives.
I am reading a summary of Tim Ferriss’s The Four Hour Week at the moment, I have the book on hold at the library, which I will pick up after completing this blog. I love the section on elimination of things to gain time back in your life nearly as much as the section in Danielle LaPorte’s Daily Planner where is asks you what are you going to stop in your life to attain your goals. Having to do this each day makes you think at a whole new level.
So, can we reach perfection? A better question is what do you personally think it is, let’s travel down the path of the 15 quotes:
1. Well, that surprised me, Gerrit is one of the Presidency of the Seventy of the Church of Jesus Christ and the Latter Day Saints AKA The Mormons. Religious orders often point towards the combining of goodness and perfection.
2. Is reality separate from perfection. From the ads that embolden mainstream media one would think so: Not Perfect.
3. That other P word that gets tied to perfection that stops us living our dreams on a lot of occasions.
4. Unperfect, what a beautiful word. Let’s take it on for the day: Perfectly Imperfect.
5. Baby, we were born to run , not stand still in perfect posture.
6. From Canada comes a great example of when people really strive for perfection, some even lie: Get a Job.
7. That’s why they say you can never reach something you already are.
8. Quick, somebody tell them they will never catch it: I could not ask for More.
9. A fact for each of us to remember during our unique lives.
10. I don’t like the concept of boring, I relate it to taking the cheap way out of what is going on in your life: Fun.
11. Jaron is an interesting dude. He works for Microsofts, was one of the pioneers of Virtual Reality technology and composes Classical music on rare wind and string instruments, releasing his CD Instruments of Change in 1994.
12. Perspective not Perfection will move you down the path towards your dreams: Tumbling Dice.
13. Lots and Lots and Lots, very little.
14. And when is that one perfect moment. The only time it can be as per Eckhart Tolle – bring on the power of Now: The Power of Now.
15. We discover that our lives are moving targets, not a great deal of standing still included, always on the move.
I might take back the title, the more I think about it, I see each person a perfect image of who she or he should be at that exact moment. Tough to comprehend sometimes.
Namaste until next time, my dear friends.