Admittance to Imperfection
As a human, you feel entitled to getting the best things in life — after all you’ve worked hard for it. You feel the need to be on top of your game with sharpening your IQ, finances, aspirations and status quo, yet you forget that you’re fallible and insatiable by default.
The world would be a better place if you begin to realize that
- It doesn’t revolve around you
- Your desires as humans are unending
- You’re faulted naturally from birth and hence, imperfect.
Once you wake up to smell the coffee, once you begin to understand that as a human you’re not perfect and can’t have it all, you’ll begin to reflect that in others too by cutting them some slack with their imperfect attributes.
In abridgment, you’ll begin to cultivate compassion, patience, and wisdom that transcends comprehension — all because you admitted to the natural endowments that comes with being human.