Give the definition of PERFECTION?

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  1. anupma profile image77
    anupmaposted 6 years ago

    Give the definition of PERFECTION?

    What is your opinion about perfection? Is it iimagery or real?

  2. thelyricwriter profile image92
    thelyricwriterposted 6 years ago

    The Lord is the definition of perfection. God is perfect. Perfection everywhere else in the world does not exist unless it involves him. No one on Earth represents perfection, no living thing or dead. Perfection does't exist unless it is through God.

  3. WriterEcks profile image57
    WriterEcksposted 6 years ago

    The fact that everyone has a different version of what perfection is it's really a matter of opinion so I'd have to say it's neither imaginary or real it's subjective based on the opinion of whoever you ask. One person's perfect is another's horribly flawed.

  4. couponsexpert profile image57
    couponsexpertposted 6 years ago

    Perfection is a relative thing. What is perfect to me is not well done for you. Since I am a perfectionist, I know how hard it is to follow that word.

  5. profile image0
    khmohsinposted 6 years ago

    No one on earth is perfect,Only perfect is God and HE can do everything.So we can not define perfection in actual as we are believe and think that God is a Super Perfection and we are nothing.

  6. moonfairy profile image78
    moonfairyposted 6 years ago

    perfection is in the eye of the beholder....

  7. lone77star profile image83
    lone77starposted 6 years ago

    There are many levels to perfection.

    There is relative perfectionism -- what is perfect for one may be imperfect for another. What is perfect for the hunter is very imperfect for the hunted.

    There is Zen perfectionism -- everything is perfect. The broken cup is perfectly that cup broken; there is not another like it in the entire universe.

    And then there is God -- the source of all creation. He is timeless, spaceless and formless. He is not made of anything, thus the commandment against graven images, for they would be nothing but a lie. He is perfect cause and all of creation is perfect effect.

  8. gabgirl12 profile image77
    gabgirl12posted 6 years ago

    Perfection means that something or someone is flawless and complete. If you are an avid student of etymology, Perfection is derived from the latin word of 'perfectio' which basically means 'to be finished' In all honesty however I only think God is perfect and we are not finished. What we as human beings are to strive for is 'excellence' since we can never be perfect. Everyone has their own perception on things and what you might see as being perfect for you, might be flawed for someone else. But something or someone that is excellent is due to a particular gift or quality that goes beyond the norm. Usually something of this nature 'sets the bar' for you rise above.

  9. Nellieanna profile image79
    Nellieannaposted 6 years ago

    I respect these definitions, though 'definition' itself is to limit and rule out some reality so as to focus on some other.   

    To me, 'Perfection' would be without further need of anything, finished, complete.  What else could it need, want or even accept,  if it is actually perfect?  And if it needs nothing, it is static.  And what is static?  Static is not life, not alive and changing as life does!  Life is full of change, surprise and - life! 
    Therefore I don't wish for perfection, but for excellence, especially continuously excelling my own past performance.  Excellence is a living, changing concept.  As one improves, the standard of excellence simply expands.  It's alive and good but unlikely to reach perfection, since that finishes it.  So that is my quest - excellence.

    I wouldn't be in the least surprised if the Universe itself - (and mankind in it) - is a major expression of boredom or dissatisfaction with status - (perfection)  and of a robust desire for life and change - and surprise. 

    Perfection is a concept which humans can consider, but can neither know nor prove.

  10. leroy64 profile image82
    leroy64posted 6 years ago

    I agree with Nellieanna.  Life is a journey and once its over, I can be perfect then.  I am in no hurry for that.

  11. HSanAlim profile image65
    HSanAlimposted 6 years ago

    Perfection: The attainment of the ultimate level of performance as judged by society or compared to history.

 
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