At times, human nature forces us into doing things that our logical mind detests. We do them because we feel that we have no choice. Ironically, it is through feeling compelled to do all those detestable things can we realise the imperfection of human nature.
Why strive for perfection when being imperfect can galvanize the attention of an entire street? I learned yesterday that Gene Moore, the deceased legendary window display artist, who was instrumental in contributing to the iconic rise of Tiffany & Company in contemporary pop culture, broke the mode of his time, once he took over theContinue reading “Gene Moore & Afterthought On Being Imperfect”
As I go along with my daily life, as I am gaining more self-confidence, I can’t help but also come to notice and to despise the increase of my arrogance. My arrogance usually manifests itself in the form of anger and judgment, which can be awakened, easily and irrationally, by the smallest things others doContinue reading “I Despise My Own Arrogance”
“A hero is not someone, who is ‘perfect.’ We’d have no Heroes if this were the standard. We all make mistakes, but that doesn’t invalidate the contributions we make in the course of our lives. Perfection is not heroism; humanity is.”-Anthony Robbins
Others say, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” I say, “Imperfection is the ultimate perfection.”
The word, perfect, gets thrown around often these days. Just the other day, a talk show host kept going about how perfect Beyoncé was, how beautiful her hair looked, and etc. I don’t think Beyoncé is perfect. I do think that her work ethic makes her beautiful in many ways. Could Beyoncé be the “Ms.Continue reading “Ms. Perfect?”