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I’ve Never Met a Happy Perfectionist

What could happen for us if we stopped... Took a vacation from trying to engineer perfect results that the thinking mind obsesses about and tries to orchestrate? What could happen if we took a vacation from trying to engineer perfect feelings... perfect relationships... perfect families... perfect friendships... perfect grades... perfect responses... and any other things that influence us to squirm because of our personal sense of comfort being overthrown because the thinking mind says the situation is less than "Perfect"?

If we spent less time trying to engineer perfect results, we might know what's worth keeping and what we need to let go of. We could end up in more organic and natural situations, allowing us to experience more profound realness, less artificial interactions, and be freer than we are now.

一Dignity and Grace

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