Applying this principle to just about any problem you're facing will immediately solve it.
When space is created for the imperfection of self, others, and nature, a most generous amount of grace, mercy, and humility flow forth from this stance.
Besides, not needing things to be perfect displays a deep level of maturity, courage, and contentment and the faith to endure mystery, paradox, and contradiction.
Releasing perfection is a lowering of expectations and acceptance of reality as it is.
Simultaneous to its release is the realization that life was meant to be heaven all the way to heaven.
"Darling, a beautiful thing is never perfect."