“Every particular in nature―a leaf, a drop, a crystal, a moment of time―is related to the whole, and partakes of the perfection of the whole.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson
We seem to have a love-hate relationship with perfection: it is one of those things that most of us seem to want, while secretly doubting we’ll ever get it. If the subject of perfection comes up in conversation, it’s not unusual to hear people say things similar to the following:
- “Nobody’s perfect.”
- “Perfection is a moving target.”
- “Perfection seekers are rarely content.”
- “The race for perfection ends with disappointment.”
But here’s something to consider: what if Perfection is already here? What if we’ve simply missed it, or defined it incorrectly? What if there is simply a whole new way of looking at it?
In this episode, David and his guest Harry Sherwood dive into this topic with typical enthusiasm and fun. Here are some of the cool topics you’ll learn about: