We often come across people in our life who are the very best in their respective field. Be it work, relations or life, they typically emphasize on doing everything with utmost perfection. They are very neat, not messy by any stretch and are extremely focused on everything that matters the most to them.
When things go a little out of hands, no matter how you try to convince them, they find it hard to cope with the results. At times, they shatter into pieces just like a perfect, neat glass. Despite of the closed ones around them trying their every bit, it is very hard to convince them to wear the scars proudly and move on.
Being Perfectionist is nice but to cope with the bitter, harsh realities of life and worst possible outcomes is more important. One should try their best but be prepared for the worst. Sometimes, things are not in our control and no wonder how hard we push, nothing adds up. World has seen, those who let their worst past go create the best possible future because they moved on and did not stay stuck in their past.
It is perfect to live a perfectionist life but just like the car gears, if things dont go your way – one should be able to shift the gears towards a moderate approach and settle down. Be open to the failure, be open to the criticism, be open to losing things in life.
After all, all is well that ends up well but try to live and see the end.