Nine hundred and sixty imperfect days ago (but what imperfect person is counting?)*, I imperfectly published an imperfect blog post titled Day 1682: Imperfections.
It’s time for another imperfect blog post, inspired by this imperfect photo from yesterday:
I’m wondering if anybody is going to ask me for more information about that Imperfect van. My imperfect response is this: “I know as much as you know.”
It may be imperfect not to know, but I’m glad we can all be imperfect together.
“Have no fear of perfection. You’ll never reach it.” — Salvador Dali
“To banish imperfection is to destroy expression, to check exertion, to paralyze vitality.” — John Ruskin
“One of the basic rules of the universe is that nothing is perfect. Perfection simply doesn’t exist …Without imperfection neither you nor I would exist.” — Stephen Hawking
“Imperfections are not inadequacies; they are reminders that we are all in this together.” — Brené Brown
“If we keep being fair despite the injustices against us, in the end life will reward us, I believe. The world isn’t fair, because it’s imperfect. Right and wrong coexist. But we should stick to morality to make the world become better.” — Maria Karvouni
“Practice doesn’t make perfect. Practice reduces the imperfection.” — Toba Beta
“Practice does not make perfect. Imperfect makes us practice.” — Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“The more I feel imperfect, the more I feel alive.” — Jhumpa Lahiri
“Laughing at one’s imperfections is the best way to cure them …Let us live foolishly, mistakenly, imperfectly, and be content. ” — Marty Rubin
“I believe that the measure of my soul is my ability to love imperfect people.” — Joseph Grenny
“Delight in the pursuit, surrender to imperfection, and marvel at the wonder — as you observe what is.” — Julianne O’Connor
Here are the other imperfect images I imperfectly captured yesterday:
If you leave an imperfect comment below, I will respond with an imperfect reply.
Imperfect thanks to all who help me create these imperfect posts, every day.
* After I published this post, I noticed that I had imperfectly calculated today’s numbers. I corrected those imperfections; the ones that remain are just less obvious.