“Many people think of perfectionism as striving to be your best, but it is not about self-improvement; it’s about earning approval and acceptance.
We all are born perfectly imperfect.
Our classic capabilities, labelled as imperfections, are the beauty marks that sets us apart from each other.
Though our higher self knows & acknowledges this tucked-away treasure, the acceptance of our imperfections is not well worn in our other facets.
Growing up & coping up with our dysfunctional upbringing we developed petty parts within us, mirroring our parents/caregivers, who reject/replace/repulse/ridicule our supreme superpowers.
The price paid for the so-called ‘perfect’ persona, social norms & standards, religious taboos, racial discrimination, gender bias and so on is sacrificing our ‘imperfect’ originality.
We grow up abandoning our shy & shameful selves (inner-child) for the sake of fitting in the perfect role we're expected to play.
Why can't we dance to our tunes, termed as flaws, & rejoice in our humanness honourably?
Aren't our definitive differences & their awry acceptance, the sublime symphony played by the cosmic conductor?
All in all, acceptance & unconditional love, for self & the whole, connects our consciousness as one.