Monday, July 26, 2010


A lesson I have to keep on reminding myself.

"We dream of and we work hard for that perfect, whistle-bait or well-chiseled, muscled body, pearly white teeth, long, smooth, and soft hair, perfect nose, eyes, lips, picture-perfect face. Even as we are able to achieve that notion of PERFECTION, the fact remains that earthly existence is NOT that perfect. The perfect body, the perfect face, and even what seems to be the perfect life sooner or later gives in to the law of its IMPERFECT nature and fades away, perhaps slowly but surely.
We have to concede that earthly life is simply just the way it is --- FAR FROM BEING PERFECT."

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