3 thoughts on “Not trying to be perfect

  1. Reblogged this on Running with Buddha and commented:
    At an younger age, I pursued perfection. Thinking it is the ideal. The prize of my effort.

    Palmer Parker’s point on wholeness echos a older me. Recognizing that the world, and by extension our life, is not perfect. Most things in life are not black-and-white but often gray.

    Wholeness to me means embracing it in its entirety, good and bad, perfect and not so perfect, and the transition in between. It is more meaningful and includes the potential for growth.

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