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Imperfect world.

THERE is a common saying that "no man is perfect", so we slide below that standard of worthiness into imperfection with seemingly popular consent.

Look around and see the results: a lack of aspiration and falling standards, both externally and internally, because of imperfection - because we have accepted that man can possess all the vices, because we think them to be the basic ingredient of human nature.

I believe with this we are now teetering on the brink of personal and global collapse.

In scientific terms, perfection is accuracy and precision. Everything is in its appropriate proportion and position as well in human behaviour.

Perfection is the balance between the various states of consciousness. It is the balance that comes when the thoughts and actions are totally harmonised in truth.

Perfection is understanding that every action, every thought, every breath would be geared towards a specific purpose and direction - that of total positive self-realisation.

To realise ourself with clear vision and accurate knowledge is to be perfect.

Ali Al Aradi

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Publication:Gulf Daily News (Manama, Bahrain)
Date:Oct 12, 2014
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