After reading an article written by Doug Kelley;a Professional Speaker, i can now clearly justify my deduction on being perfect.
For too long we as humans have being living with the fallacy that we are not perfect, nothing but a lifetime of mental conditioning is to blame.
Doug Kelley once said: “ Consider: when we are born, we are conditioned to strive toward what? Perfection. And at the same time, as we grow, we know that we can never attain what? Perfection. Do you not see a dichotomy here, a conflict? In other words, we are programmed and conditioned to strive for something that we can never attain. Do you see a problem with this picture? It is distorted and dysfunctional. “
How about a different perspective on perfection?
To say that you are perfect is to stay that your an egotist or grossly narcissistic right? Wrong…
Ask yourself these two questions:
- â€œIs there anyone on this planet who is more perfect at being you than you are?â€ (Hint, the answer is â€œNo.â€)
- â€œTherefore, are you perfect?â€ Yes! You are perfectly you! You are unique and there is no one else exactly like you. You are perfectly you!
Doug has a penchant for always asking these two questions and after asking he usually hears this:
they still tell meÂ â€œNo, Iâ€™m not perfect.â€ If they do say yes, they always follow it up with a qualifying statement such as, â€œOkay, Iâ€™m perfect in that sense, but I still make mistakes.â€
I’d elaborate, but I’m lazy and Doug does a better job at explaining it.Â It’s one of those articles that i HIGHLY recommend, go read it HERE