There are people in this world who always seem to strive for perfection. A perfectionist is basically a person who who has extremely high standards, a person who believes that there is no room for mistakes, that everything must be flawless. So anything that is less than perfect is absolutely unacceptable. Are you a perfectionist? Here are a couple of signs of perfectionism you should know.
A person has done everything right nothing wrong. “Perfectionism is a term used to describe a personality trait that involves constantly striving for perfection, maintaining high (sometimes excessive) standards, and refusing to accept anything less that
But when you live in a perfect world with perfect people, that perfectness isn't so challenging to mimic. No one has flaws or obstacles to overcome, no one has satisfaction in themselves. No one has earned their happiness, therefore, their happiness is nothing but a numbingly ignorant bliss. With no alternating
However, perfectionism is about how people accept their flaws. Perfectionism can mean different things to different people. For some, it can mean they must separate their M&M’s into colors before they can eat them, and for others it can mean they need their movies in alphabetical order. Perfectionism means someone feels required to look or feel perfect (Guignard, 2012, paragraph 1). The problem with wanting all of this, means a change in attitude when they find perfection unreachable or
Anything that did not conform to this constructed art form was considered ‘degenerate’ and thus was burnt and/or looted. These degenerate artworks were seen as ‘contaminating’ (Source G) Germany as they were not filled with Nazi propaganda and thus gave different interpretations and room for thought. This leads to a possible motivation that the art being plundered was done out of jealousy from Hitler as these works were successful and viewed by the world as ‘precious’ where his works were not even accepted into an art school. Therefore for Hitler, plundering artworks was a way of getting revenge on art institutes that did not accept him as an artist. It seemed as if he almost wanted to spite these at institutes by displaying his power.
I agree with Winston Churchill, without failing sometimes people will not be successful. It may happen sometimes, but most people fail again and again until they finally succeed. It is near impossible to always succeed, humans are not perfect we make mistakes and fail, but as long as we keep our enthusiasm up and keep trying then we will eventually have success in most things we pursue in life. Do you think that we are all just born perfect, no we have to experiment with things and often fail in the process. I agree with Winston Churchill, because we are human we live and learn, without failing the first few times you will never learn, and if you keep your enthusiasm high even when you continue to fail, then eventually you will succeed.
This metaphor reminds the reader that no matter how much someone tries, perfection is unrealistic and unnecessary. People should not strive to achieve perfection because the idea of perfection is what society has planted into our minds. Instead people should strive to be unique and the best version of themselves. This idea is also backed up by Erins use of personification. After demonstrating the frustrating aspects of being human, Erin offers some reassurance.
Through science, it is clear that we have been born with many things that are not essential for our survival. For example, male nipples, our appendix and hair serve no specific purpose to us. Therefore, if god is perfect by definitions, why is the world full of imperfect design? If god was so amazing, he would not have made these superfluous, unnecessary things that we do not need; however he would also not have made these by mistake. Overall, this criticism is proving that a perfect being (God) would not make mistakes so he either is imperfect or does not exist at
If you believe that it is a part of your personality, it must seem an unbearable task to get rid of it. You really should tell yourself that this is not your last try. Moreover, each try you make will push you a little further to perfection, if you like the concept so much. It is always better to do an imperfect work than not to do anything. No boss will evaluate your perfectionism.
I, Me and Myself It is my imperfections which makes me perfect because it proves that I am me. I am perfect in my imperfections, secure in my insecurities and I am myself - Happy in my pain, strong in my weaknesses, and beautiful in my own way. Yes I am "myself". We don't always see the imperfections in ourselves. A strong and open minded individual is able to take constructive criticism and acknowledge these imperfections.