There is always more then one way at looking at things. Henry David Thoreau once said “the question is not what you look at, but how you see”. Every full proof plan or a perfect solution must and will have a flaw in it as what seems like a perfect plan to some people may not seem like that to some one else. It will depend on each individual’s point of view which will obviously vary.
Have you ever experienced a moment in your life where your full proof plan, the perfect interpretation just falls apart and you can’t do anything about it? Let me assist you in recalling. The moment when you sit alone in your room after having told everyone that you couldn’t clear the test that you prepared for six months! The test where you thought you’ll end up getting full marks, nothing could go wrong. Or a moment where you fight with everyone about what you think is correct and others think is wrong?
Our lives are filled with moments like that where we believe we have the perfect solution of all the problems, just then the destiny tells us what’s really true. However, there is still always comes a time in life where everything goes off course. In times like that we must choose our direction. Will we fight to stay on the path while others tell us who we are? Or will we be honored by our choice? Each morning we choose to move forward or to simply give up. That will completely depend on our point of view of looking at it, would depend on how we chose to find the perfect solution, but there will always be a forever as the old adage goes, in all probabilities one can never get to appease all at a time ....... then where from the term "perfection" arise?
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