Why are you perfect just the way you are?

Why are you perfect just the way you are?

Perfection. A simple word that describes an unattainable state. The true definition of the word states that perfection is the process of improving something until it is flawless. In some way, we all feel that the world requires us to be perfect, which leads to feelings of inadequacy and worthlessness.

You are already perfect just the way you are. You are perfectly you and no one in the world can be better than you. You are unique in every way and imperfection is what makes us human.

Are you imperfect? Then you are perfectly human! Everything you need to become the best possible version of yourself is already within you. You can achieve greatness by being yourself.

The only thing you have to change is the way you see the world and things. Here we leave you some words:

There is no one equal to you

When we lose our focus and compare ourselves to others, we fall into one of these 2 traps:

Inferiority – We experience shame when we feel inferior to the object of our comparison, as a result of a lack of confidence in our identity.

Superiority: Comparison can make us feel superior and leads us to pride.

On both ends, it is bad, as it is a losing battle against what one believes and not what one really is.

Change your focus. Remember that perfection is an illusion, no one is better than anyone else. Remember where you were before and where you are now: this helps us be grateful for who we are, because our differences are gifts to embrace, not weaknesses to criticize.

Own who you are

This world can be volatile, and that can make it seem unsafe to be ourselves. So we found a nice, safe corner and stayed there. Sometimes it is easier to stay silent and overlook the things we are passionate about.

Don't let this happen to you, the only thing it will bring to your life is sadness and darkness.

There is nothing more beautiful than being who you are and enjoying it.

Life is a different journey for everyone

Life is a long-term journey, in which you are teacher and student. Sometimes you have to teach and other times you have to learn.

Instead of seeing people inferiorly or superiorly, understand that everyone has something to teach you or for you to teach them on this journey.

We have to see each other as peers and allies. Each one has their own route!

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