Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Perfected Art: (Unedited): 04 June 2013:

On the surface, The person who continually pursues the art of perfection, may seem like a negative person. C.J.MacKechnie
Improving your own skill in a thing may seem negative to others. Especially, when you outwardly are always asking questions on how you erred and how you should improve. A person who has a "That's good enough" attitude may not understand what it is that you want to do or accomplish and may not even see any importance or purpose in your journey into perfection. That is OK.
For you your journey into perfecting the thing you see as important is your righteous journey. Even though other peoples minds may be clouded in knowing or accepting what it is you are doing. While on your righteous journey seek out others who are also as well perfecting their self defined thing of importance. Then journey together and assist one another in perfected evolution. With love, peace, harmony and mutual acceptance. Gently push, pull and lift everyone up above you on the shared ladder of perfection. Trust and mutual respect comes when those above you reach down to do the same for you, without prodding or begging.
When a person in your group has reached their self defined state of refinement or perfection and are satisfied. Rejoice and celebrate with them. Even though their self defined state of refinement or perfection is not as much as yours. It is OK. Celebrate with Joy and exuberance.