Personal Development | Pulverizing Perfection

Ian Paul Marshall —  February 16, 2010 — 3 Comments

Personal Development | Pulverizing PerfectionPerfection is the enemy.

Leonard Cohen, the famous songwriter sang, “Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.”

That light is light of your hopes, your dreams and the doorway by which new opportunities are given a chance to enter into your life.

Life isn’t perfect. Do yourself the favor and accept that truth now.

And what is perfect anyways?

Asking myself that question I was reminded of when my two children were born.

Perfection was my wife, exhausted, sweaty and ready to get some well deserved sleep.

Perfection was my kids covered in slime and goo and crying their faces off trying to make sense of the world they just entered into.

Perfection was me, a bubbling and delirious mess of emotions, overwhelmed, and crying with joy.

That’s true perfection.

It’s messy.

It’s unscripted.

And it’s happening in the everyday moments of your life.

Be inspirational!


Inspiring You To Greatness!

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