Is it possible to say that all things are perfect?

United States
September 24, 2006 4:33pm CST
Do you think I'm crazy if I say all of life and this world is perfect?
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@LaGitana (278)
• United States
4 Oct 06
It is possible to say anything. All things are perfect. Many people have told me this when I was struggling, and in fact, ALWAYS... in the end they really were perfect. Perfect in dissolving a situation that was not good for me. Perfect in leading me to the next step. Perfect in helping me to find who I really was, and how far in I had to dig to find that. Is it perfect when your cat brings in a half-eaten mouse... and wants to share it with you? Is it perfect when you have to eat your own words to be a bigger person? Is it perfect when a bird poops on your best new dress? (OK, that one isn't perfect) Oops, wait.. Who's that totally cute guy who's coming over with a handkerchief?
• United States
4 Nov 06
...that was funny.. I liked your post! :))
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• China
1 Oct 06
No I don't think you're crazy at all. Everything is perfect just the way it is -- it couldn't be any other way. Most people seem to think that perfect means something really, really good and nice but that's not the case. Perfect is the nature of the universe at any given moment, like right now. :D
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10 Oct 06
I like that approach.
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• United States
3 Dec 06
That's what I'm getting at. If (as I believe) this life is the learning of good from evil, or the learning of what can go wrong, then it's all perfect, because it's an unavoidable lesson.. which will result in very great good, such as life to be and stay the way God designed it, the Best.
10 Oct 06
There is an essence of perfectionism in everything, including the flaws of the world and ourselves.
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@prasad1961 (5603)
• India
5 Oct 06
I'll tell a small story. Two persons walking on the street. A bird flown on air drops waste, it landed exactly on one man's right shoulder. He realised that it was the bird. The other man got angry and throws stones over the bird spanteneously without observing that he was on the middle of the road. First one pacifies him by saying that If it is a Elephant, I may be dumped with the waste. So control my friend says the sufferer. Here positive thought plays major role. The thing is same. But the way they treated is different. So my friend, you are definitely crazy. My advise to you is try to see the life/world through other persons eyes. Difference will be definitely known to you.
@MySpot (2602)
• United States
5 Oct 06
In some cultures, being pooped on by a flying bird is good luck!
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• United States
9 Oct 06
well it was kinda hard to understand your post but I assume both men got pooped on and one got and angry but the other didn't, right? He says better bird poop than elephant poop right? Well I see it like this, you would never have heard this story if it never happened, we would never have hear this from you then. So more good spread from the bird poop then bad, so I would say that event was perfect the way it was.
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• Australia
3 Nov 06
crazy! What is the meaning of crazy? "1.Insane.2 foolish, not sensible.3 extremely enthusiastic; extravagantly in love with (crazy about hang gliding; crazy about him/her)." The world wouldn't be as perfect as we know it with out being this crazy :)
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• United States
4 Nov 06
So True!
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@heartonfire (4132)
• Denmark
3 Dec 06
no,i wouldn't call you crazy,because i believe that everything is relative,also perfection..perfection can be achieved because it doesn't have a certain definition..things that are wrong for others can be perfect for you..:)
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• India
9 Oct 06
nope
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@MySpot (2602)
• United States
5 Oct 06
You aren't crazy, just optimistic.
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@raul666 (406)
• Romania
3 Dec 06
sorry but i think is not possible
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• United States
3 Dec 06
I am an existentitalist. I believe the world is far from perfect. It is chaotic and disorderly. But that does not mean we can create order and meaning within ourselves
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• India
4 Nov 06
nothing is perfect in the world except the moments u share with the loved ones..ur not crazy coz its ur thoughts which raised from the sorroundings where you live and the moments u share with ur friends make u think the way u do but actually say the world is not perfect from the point of my vision and i think this opnion will be changing frm man to man so no need to panic tat ur gone crazy...
@lingli_78 (12846)
• Australia
4 Nov 06
nothing is perfect in this world...
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@tusharb (3160)
• India
4 Nov 06
no 1 is perfect..
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• India
4 Nov 06
Remember,nothing is perfect in this world except God.
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• United States
4 Nov 06
the only imperfections are in the minds of those who flaws in anything
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• India
4 Nov 06
all things are perfect... yes it is true...
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@marciascott (25555)
• United States
4 Nov 06
I would say no all things are not perfect. nothing's perfect and no one is perfect.
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• United States
4 Nov 06
So...horrible diseases like cancer and such are perfect? Or world hungry? Do you really think this is perfect? No, I'd beg to differ.
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• Nigeria
4 Nov 06
me - life is fun filled,could be perfect
anything is perfect if you can take the time to understand it.if you understand this life and this world which to an extent is crazy to me,its perfect.