THAT PERFECT IMPERFECTION

By Sir Inaram

We all know or have heard that no two snowflakes look alike. Each snow flake is unique in its own way, and it takes the maximum form for efficiency for its journey. It is the universal a force of gravity that gives them a shared destination. However, the expansive space in the air gives each snowflake the chance to go its own way. They are on the same journey, but on different paths. Sounds interesting, doesn’t it?
Along this gravity driven journey, some snowflakes collide, damaging each other through and through, some in their collision, end up joining together under the influence of the wind… so many transitions and changes taking place along their journey – but regardless of this transition, the snowflake always find itself perfectly shaped for its journey.
There are observable parallels in nature to be a beautiful reflection of grand orchestration. One of these parallels is that of snowflakes and us. We are also headed in the same direction, driven by a universal force to the same destination. We also take different journeys just like snowflakes do and along our journeys, we sometimes bump into each other, cross paths, become altered – taking different physical forms. Call it 100% perfect imperfection.
Each moment, we are totally perfect for what is required for our journey – neither I am perfect for your journey nor are you for mine. We are headed to the same direction, same place on different roots, but we are all perfect the way we are with peculiar features.
Now suppose this great orchestration could mean for relationships. Picture interacting with others with a mind that they too share this parallel with snowflakes. Like you, they are headed to the same place and no matter what they may appear like to you, they have taken the perfect form for their journey.
How strong our relationships would be if we could see and respect that we are all perfectly imperfect for our journey…?
Have a fabulous week ahead of you. Won’t you?

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