Imperfection

Imperfection is the continuing state of all living things. This includes the human mind, despite it’s apparent reign as most advanced on Earth.

An imagined image of perfection is impossible to create for the mind is too flawed and soon taints that perfection with it’s own preferences or it’s own defective vision of what perfection should be.

This helps explain the imperfections in the religions of the world. Each is an image created in the mind of imperfect individuals who have no capacity to imagine perfection except one which is flavored by it’s own desires and needs.

The pursuit of perfection, or at least it’s understanding, is better left to science and reason which, if properly carried out, are impartial to desires or needs.

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