Trying to be the perfect person is a never ending practice in which people take unnecessary stress. Perfection is a state where someone can claim that he/she is completely flawless, but that ‘perfection state’ doesn’t exist in the practical world. So in this article, I will try to explain why shouldn’t wasting your short life in archiving that fictional state and be happy with the “imperfect” tag.
It's never good enough, so you get sucked so far into the details that you become frustrated.
Even when your goal is complete and results in success, you believe you could and should have done it better.
Toxic shame is an emotion that most of us get to know throughout our lifetime: deep inside, we feel that we have failed ourselves or the others.
The actual issue, when this occurs, is that we tend to become defensive and attack the other instead of just accepting our fault and try making it better.
Wabi-sabi is an elegant philosophy that denotes a more connected way of living—a lifestyle, where we are deeply connected to nature, and thus, better helps us to connect to our truest inner-selves.
Wabi-sabi is a concept that motions us to constantly search for the beauty in imperfection and accept the more natural cycle of life.
It is an elegant reminder that all things including us and life itself, are impermanent, incomplete, and imperfect. Perfection, then, is impossible and impermanence is the only way.
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