It’s a backhanded compliment:
And then it backhands us.
(Like an abuser.)
(Which it is.)
Imperfection is okay, then.
It just means the we are human--right?
So what tools in our kit of mindful living might be useful when our experience of living feels constrictive, when things seem very strongly as if they ought to be different (and better!) than they are right now?
Here's a good one:
Befriend things are as they are.
But how do I befriend reality when it feels unacceptable?
Copyright: <a href='https://www.123rf.com/profile_kharlamova'>kharlamova / 123RF Stock Photo</a>,
Copyright: <a href='https://www.123rf.com/profile_titletime'>titletime / 123RF Stock Photo</a>
Copyright: <a href='https://www.123rf.com/profile_nikma1953g'>nikma1953g / 123RF Stock Photo</a>
Copyright: <a href='https://www.123rf.com/profile_peterhermesfurian'>peterhermesfurian / 123RF Stock Photo</a>
Lynnea (her Ph.D. being in English) shares her training and wisdom here, to help her gentle readers live freely and fully in the unfolding present.