Being Imperfect IS Perfect!

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How many times have you beat yourself up because you felt you weren’t good enough or because you weren’t able to accomplish something in a set period of time?
If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times, nobody is perfect – not one single person.
perfecyDespite what others may display, we are all struggling or have struggled with something in our lives.
Perfection is an impossibility.

What you do with your so-called flaws is what truly matters.

The most important and rewarding thing you can do for not only yourself, but for those around you as well, is to be who you are – embrace your imperfections.

They are the gifts offered to the world that allow change and diversity. Imagine if we were all the same? Now that’s a scary thought!
Each of us bring something wonderful to the world. A lot of times, it can take quite a while to learn who you are as a person.
Striving for perfection is how you’ll prohibit yourself from ever finding out.
Take the time to accept that you are not perfect, that no one is perfect, and let the things you truly are good at take shape. Be patient with yourself and understand that there are things you just aren’t able to do, ways you won’t be able to look, or goals you can’t yet meet.
With all of those pressures placed aside, you have more of an opportunity to learn more about who you really are as a person and THAT’S perfect!

Thoughts, comments, questions? Email me, JennKaysen@gmail.com

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