Better is good.

Perfectionism goads an old nag to a early grave.

The belief that I must be perfect is the lie that keeps me from being good.

To overlook a defect one must be nearly perfect.

Cover all imperfection with love.

To avoid failing an imperfect world, practice forgiving yourself.

Perfectionists like microscopes; everyone else prefers blindness.

Fools build one perfect house for themselves; the wise build many imperfect ones for others.

What isn’t grilled to perfection  may yet be seasoned with graciousness.

Neglect shows no respect.

Failure is attended — like the rain — by sadness.

A scratch on what’s new is damage; on what is old, it’s character.

The only perfect response is a gentle acceptance of imperfection.

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