Is everything perfect in the world?

Is everything perfect in the world?

Yes, the world itself is perfect. Imperfections are nothing more than an illusion within the comparing/discriminating human mind. In nature plants seed in different ways, some by the power of wind and others by fruit and still others by burrs.

Does anything perfect exist?

“‘Perfect’ is a trap, a bogus concept that has the effect of making great achievement seem impossible and distant,” says Jesse Kornbluth, editor of a Web site, Head Butler, that celebrates excellence. “In fact, ‘perfect’ does not exist in life — no one, for more than a minute, bats 1.000.

Which is the most perfect thing in the world?

31 Perfect Things

  • A quiet morning.
  • A walk outdoors.
  • Reading one of those books sitting on your shelves.
  • A cup of tea, drunk slowly.
  • Family.
  • A hug.
  • Meditation.
  • An avocado.
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Why perfection is not possible?

Striving to achieve a sense of perfection has been a misguided belief in my life, often leading me down the wrong path. Research has found that those armed with a mission of daily perfection can suffer greatly—be it from depression, anxiety, or body image dissatisfaction. …

Can humans create something perfect?

So getting back to the original question, the answer is yes humans can create something perfect, but it won’t stay perfect forever. No. Creating a perfect object would be akin to creating a universal—like a perfect circle.

What is something’s perfect?

Something that is perfect is complete and without defect or blemish. It might also be precisely accurate or exact. The word perfect can also be used as a verb meaning — you guessed it! As a noun perfect is a grammatical term referring to a tense of verbs describing an action that has been completed.

Can a perfect being create an imperfect being?

The concept you speak of is of an absolutely perfect being (omnipotent, omniscient, eternal, infinite, all-loving). But not even such a being can do the logically impossible. And that is why any creation must be imperfect.

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Is there a perfect being?

An absolutely perfect being might exist, and even exist necessarily, but it would not be essential to it that it is an absolutely perfect being. (That is, if A is an absolutely perfect being, then A might exist necessarily, but it would not be necessary both that A exists and is absolutely perfect.)