Perfection is
a façade
of false truths.
Embrace your
and be the epic
soul you are.

© Sarah Doughty


49 thoughts on “Concepts”

  1. Excellent advice! I tell people this all the time. It’s okay not to be perfect. In fact, I like people more when they show me their frailties or “flaws”. Way back when in school I avoided those perfect little people, lol…

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    1. I’m glad that you agree. It seems as though you’ve had first-hand experience with this. It’s always nice to hear other people’s perspectives, but at the same time, it makes me feel a little more confident knowing that there are others that see beyond the exterior. 🙂

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  2. So true. I am guilty of sometimes saying ‘that’s perfect’ but you’re right, it’s a facade and so it should be. For example when you love a person you don’t love their perfection it is often the imperfection that really you find so endearing isn’t it?

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    1. Exactly. Unfortunately people strive for perfection in ways that pushes then in the opposite direction. I recently read a story about a handsome guy that was unhappy with his looks to the point that he underwent numerous surgeries to change his appearance. He looks completely different and, to be honest, nothing looks appealing about him any longer.


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