I am perfectly imperfect, and I am ok with that.

I love all of my flaws as they remind me of my humanity.

I love all of me with my quirks and all, as that’s what makes me so loveable.

I used to compare myself to others as I never realized my own self-worth before.

I used to believe I was never good enough as others showed their might through authority and power.

I know better now.

I know that every single human being is walking around with a story of their own.

I now know the power of thoughts and the importance of my beliefs.

I know now that perfect people are some of the loneliest people in the world.

I know my value, and I add tax.

I know that I am worthy like anyone else because of birthright.

I know that making mistakes is part of being human.

I no longer beat myself up for it, nor do I repeat the tapes from the past.

I learn from my mistakes, and I move on as I let the past in the past.

I know now that there is nothing wrong with it, and I don’t need fixing.

I know now that striving for perfection is essential to me as I value excellence and quality.

I also understand the difference between perfection and mastery.

I love mastery as I fulfilled my love for learning, and I enjoy my journey to knowledge.

Perfection is an elusive standard bestowed upon me by society.

I know now that I will listen more often to my soul’s desires than my mind’s limitations.

So I embrace my imperfections as I am learning to love myself as I am and all over again.


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