No one is perfect and that makes the world diverse

Published: Mon 9 Sep 2019, 9:00 PM

Last updated: Mon 9 Sep 2019, 11:21 PM

Perfection doesn't exist, and the column titled 'We are human so we can be imperfect" (KT, Sept 6) defines that. As we go through life, we must accept and realise that nobody is perfect and it is human nature to make mistakes. Mistakes come in various forms -the big ones which could leave you in big trouble with your parents and the small ones like stealing your sibling's crisps. These days, everybody wants to be flawless, but how boring life would be if there are no struggles? The only reason people look forward to life is because of the challenges we face and the excitement in overcoming those challenges. The feeling one gets when he or she overcomes an obstacle just cannot be explained. Without obstacles in the way of your goals, life would be a very boring game.
I believe we all err, but we must try to be as perfect as we can. Whenever we think we are perfect, remember we are just step closer to the never-ending level of perfect. It is within ourselves to use our free will to make morally good choices. Albert Einstein once said: Anyone who has never made a mistake, has never tried anything new.
- Saad Tahi, Abu Dhabi

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