You are perfectly imperfect. You may be stressed over if you’re always pursuing perfection. But no one is perfect. We all make mistakes, we all have flaws. That’s okay because we’re human. You can be the best you can be and accept your flaws, that’s the meaning of perfectly imperfect.
Perfectly imperfect is a previous life learning of accepting yourself and others you love with their imperfections.
1. Perfectly Imperfect to Yourself
Are you perfect if you have a good job, a big house, a beautiful wife? No, everyone or everything has flaws, so perfect doesn’t mean good or beautiful. Meanwhile, perfect is over best. You can understand there is no one in the world who can be perfect.
Since there’s no one perfect, you’d better accept the fact that you’ll never be perfect but you can do the best you can.
When you say “I’m perfectly imperfect”, you know where you’re lacking and it can be interpreted as “I’m imperfect like all human beings”. There is nothing perfect in life. We’re real people who can cry when sad, unpleasant when upset. When you embrace your flaws, you can be yourself you want to be and make yourself happy. You don’t need to do what you don’t like to make others happy. So please appreciate your imperfections.
You can say “I’m perfectly imperfect” when introducing yourself. Keep in mind those imperfections are what you cannot control or change, while other imperfections you can work on and improve.
2. Perfectly Imperfect to Others
When you say “you’re perfectly imperfect” to others, it means you accept others’ flaws, and like you are imperfect, so is he/she. Also, it is a way of saying that they’re perfect for you.
For example, when your beautiful girlfriend says to you “my face is not perfect because of my big nose.”
You can respond “you’re perfectly imperfect, I love all things about you.”
In the lyrics of the song All Of Me by John Legend:
“‘Cause all of me
Loves all of you
Love your curves and all your edges
All your perfect imperfections
Give your all to me
I’ll give my all to you”
The lyrics suggest that the boy is willing to accept his lover’s all imperfections, which are perfect and appealing in his eyes. It also indicates that one accepts you as you are.
So, when you truly love someone in life, accept her as a whole, accept her with her flaws along with good things.
Imperfection is real. Perfection is not. Accept we are perfectly imperfect as we are all our own person. We all have our own values. When we realize we aren’t good at something, it makes us try to get better and be the most perfectly imperfect person we can be.