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No One is Perfect, Really???

Published on 11/11/2013
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No One Is Perfect, Really???  When was the last time you heard someone say apologetically, no one is perfect? Why do we say that? We all know we are not perfect. Unborned babes know we are not perfect. Isn't it interesting that we consciously apologize for a behavior that is most unrealistic? The question is still on the table...WHY?


Life is a Journey...

If one were to begin a journey of 1000 miles, where would one begin? Mile 10? Mile 45? Of course not. The logical place to begin would be mile 0. Then mile 1, 2, etc.

Now back to my original Question. Where does this "perfect" assumption come from? Let's add another dimension. Not only do we apologize for this assumed "perfection", but at the same time hold others to that same unrealistic and unsubstantiated standard making it hard to forgive others for their indiscretions toward us.

If the Truth be told not only are we all borned into a "broken" and "imperfect" world, we are borned "broken" and "imperfect". On life's journey, we are to find and embrace Truth which transforms our "brokenness "to "wholeness"; and we begin to act more like our Creator, the God of the Universe.

SO, IF WE AGREE WE ALL ARE NOT PERFECT, That might open the door to allow one to make a mistake without being "nailed to the cross".

Thanks for allowing me to share these thoughts.

I was prompted to write this after recalling how much God loves me personally. Because He first loved me, I can share His love with others and give them the freedom to be who God made them to be and even to make a mistake or fail.

I am told that Edison failed over 1000 times before he invented the light bulb.

If you agree, LIKE and SHARE. Blessings to you!



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