Perfection is boring.

February 18, 2012

Have you ever tried asking yourself why people always aim for perfection in all aspects? Why do people are never contented or satisfied with what they have as of this very moment? Why do they always fish for good opinions about themselves? Well, I did. Admit it. At some point in our lives, we definitely aimed for perfection. We are a sucker for compliments. We are just humans.

It’s because people always want to feel good about themselves. They spend thousands of bucks for gym memberships, buy the latest fashion trends, and check out the hottest gadgets in the market. They indulge themselves in temporary happiness even though they know for a fact that it will never last forever. Then when people notice that you have those pricey things that not all can afford, a quick respond (read: compliment) will be easily given out to you that makes you feel so damn good about yourself. You tend to raise your head a little high, roll your eyes for a second or two, and walk like a boss. That boost on your self-esteem and confidence that they give… a great feeling at first; just a crap afterwards. The cycle goes on.

Messy hair, baggy shirt, boxer shorts, with no make-up on – that’s when every girl is gorgeous. The society just portrayed an image of what they believe is beautiful, and that’s a mental illness. I believe that I don’t have to be a Victoria’s Secret model or grace the cover of a well-known fashion magazine to call myself beautiful. I am beautiful in my own way and no one can argue about it. So, why aim for perfection, ladies? I am imperfect and I’m definitely proud of it, so must you.

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4 Responses to “Perfection is boring.”


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