What is perfection or flawlessness? These are words created by humans to describe ideal objects or subjects. If such a state of being is unattainable, then what are the words useful for?
Some of us aim to be the best at something. Others want to make the most of opportunities that are visible in the world at large. When we aspire toward such goals and dreams, who are we doing it for?
Is it possible to reach perfection in our inner lives?
Some wise thought leaders have found a simple way of responding to this urge that many of us have been conditioned into accepting as a healthy way to function. They coined the phrase – “You are enough”.
Unpicking the meaning of “being enough” can be a process that lasts for a lifetime. Would the world move closer to perfection if we all focused on fixing ourselves?