As human beings we are far too attached to perfection. What do we do when we first meet someone new? In our minds we judge their appearance. I am guilty of this as we all are. We look at a person and we instantly think: they are too fat, their nose is too big, they are so thin and bony surely they must be an anorexic, their pants are hanging down their butt so they must be a gang member, they are dressed goth like so they must be a satanist, their clothes are revealing so they must be a slut and the list goes on and on.....
What if we bypassed all their physical attributes and just looked at what is in their heart? What if we actually took the time to listen and what they had to say? In other words look into their soul and learn about the real person. We are NOT our bodies. Our bodies are merely a vehicle for our souls. Today we are bombarded by all types of media with all the answers to our problem of not being perfect. If we do this or that we can have the perfect abs, we can look like our favorite movie star, we can have the perfect wrinkle free skin. We can be that size unrealistic size 2. Certain male parts can be enhanced. Well, what on earth is wrong with being ourselves???? How did we evolve into this society where we value what is on the outside so much more than the person we really are? I wish people would wake up and get it.
In the eyes of God/dess, we are all perfect.
I wrote this because I needed a reminder of that.
Blessings & Peace to y'all.