perfection

There is no such thing as the love of Truth. What has been called by that name is a mixture of the love of reaching intersubjective
Each and every one of us has questions to consider with the start of this new year: How do we move past the difficulties
For Rebecca, perfectionism is a blessing and a curse. It has allowed her to climb to the top of her field, but it left her so miserable that in the show's pilot, she fled New York City to pursue her summer-camp ex-boyfriend in West Covina, California.
I realized my unattractive image was able to cause mountains of joy.
You know those days when you just can't get motivated? I have those days too. If you know me then you might be a little surprised to read that because one of my jobs is as a motivational speaker.
Can we always be at our best? Is it possible? The reality is that while we strive to do our best and put our best foot forward, sometimes we will still feel that we have fallen short. As imperfect people, we need to remember that it's not perfection that we should be seeking.
Ever since I can remember, I have strived to be the perfect man. A destructive penchant, it has often made me feel simply unworthy and left me unfulfilled, as I felt ingenuine and hollow. Oddly, only recently have I given the concept of perfection its deserved reflection.
It’s not that you don’t care about your health.
Life is like that, too. When we let go of grasping too tightly, when we hold life a little lightly, we allow ourselves to unfold and become who we are. Now isn't that far more breathtaking than the predictability of perfection?
"How do you come up with those flavor combinations?" may be one of the most common questions I hear as a cook. About 12 years ago, a self-acknowledged professional midlife crisis prompted me to try professional cooking as an avocation.