Perfection

What is perfection?

Perfection is ... what?

  • satisfaction
  • beauty
  • your own creation
  • a state of mind
  • the word "perfection" derives from the Latin "perfectio", and "perfect" — from "perfectus". These expressions in turn come from "perficio" — "to finish", "to bring to an end." "Perfectio(n)" thus literally means "a finishing", and "perfect(us)" — "finished", much as in grammatical parlance ("perfect").[2]
  • the oldest definition of "perfection", fairly precise and distinguishing the shades of the concept, goes back to Aristotle. In Book Delta of the Metaphysics, he distinguishes three meanings of the term, or rather three shades of one meaning, but in any case three different concepts. That is perfect:
    1. which is complete — which contains all the requisite parts;
    2. which is so good that nothing of the kind could be better;
    3. which has attained its purpose.[4]
  • https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-lO87R4RalVM/Vrs-G-fF2wI/AAAAAAABgBY/zs2kX5ml92o/s1600/pamela+anderson+de+rojo+001B.jpgthe human body and its organs---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------->
  • the posture and symbol of perfectionhttps://niyamanotebook.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/img_5709.jpg

When is perfection?

Perfection is ... when?

  • all circumstances are how you want
  • the foes experience their karmic faults
  • I experience the highest heaven on earth
  • all forms are seen as one unity
  • healing takes place
  • completeness is realized
  • all your actions go fluently towards your goal

 

Why is perfection?

Perfection is ... why?

  • It is the basis for all existence
  • Because imperfection is an illusion

Where is perfection?

Perfection is ... where?

  • in nature

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