Is a state of mind, not a state of being. The grass always look greener on the other side.

Striving for perfection is great but being practical about it is even better.

Too often our imperfections cause us to fail to consider the obvious and is overshawdowed by a compelling desire to make ourselves appear flawless.

Time and resources spent planning and making corrections could have been better spent serving our intended purpose.

The scales are now thrown off balance and progressively our focus is redirected. What we have is no longer good enough. We now spend valuable time making unnecessary corrections and measure our worth by our own standards and material gains. We are further separating ourselves. We've set a new standard, condemn the old and boast of control.

For example: The focus is nolonger on straightening or strengthening teeth but whitening them. Who says regular brushing is not good enough? Now everyone wants white teeth.

We have forgotten "the perfect goodness" comes through nature. Thou art all fair, my love; there is no spot in thee.

To him that is able to keep you from falling, and present you faultless with exceeding joy, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and ever.--Jude 1:24-25

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