Who are you going to believe?

Posted by Dane Carder on January 16, 2019

“Nothing is perfect.” Most of us have heard this before. Many of us have heard it when someone is trying to convince us that we need not fret or continue “fine tuning” something. Obviously, everything is perfect. We seem to have a skewed definition/perspective on this, and our constant judgement will sentence us to a long stay in this prison of misconception. There are books written about this idea, but I’m not sure that anything short of a spiritual awakening will convince the non-believers otherwise. I can be extremely critical and discerning, which makes it seem like I run a bit oppositional to my belief in “everything is perfect,” but maybe it’s just that perfect can still be improved.

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