Perfect exists only as a word

There is no perfect wife. No perfect child, no perfect boss, no perfect solution, no perfect life.

Perfect exists in the dictionary only as a word. It is usually used to describe something or someone that ticks off all the boxes or meets all the expectations you have towards it or them.

Being perfect is not a dream worth pursuing because flaws are what give us an impetus to push ourselves to be better than we were yesterday.

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