I <3 your blog.
but theres no such thing as perfect. is there?
to some people it's Gods Love and others a circle.For me, fitting a requirement, but admittedly that's to define it apart from this context which is "Happiness is perfecton". This is a kind of chicken and egg thing but I think most can relate to the feeling :)
So if everything is perfect can you only be happy?
What I have found for myself is that when I'm truly happy it's for absolutely no reason. That is true happiness for me because it's not conditional. If I felt everything was perfect ( not that I can imagine that ), it would probably make me happy, but I don't know if it would bring a moment of true internal overwhelming happiness. True happiness I have a feeling for because I've experienced a version of it personally many times, but perfection I don't have a feeling for...but I know the various definitions of both pretty well. I think it's possible to be very sad if everything was perfect, especially if you are into shorting markets or into insurance or things that depend on things going wrong...maybe even some people would be bored with a perfect world. It might depend on brain chemistry too. We are genetic survivalists and in a perfect world the brain might not be able to evolve quick enough unless the conditions changed slowly. I never really thought about it before but its a good question you ask.
I know that I would be bored with a perfect world. I think there has to be extremes in order to know balance.
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