RDQLisms; 140110

Perfection as we know it is hyperbole, as overused, over-expected and nebulous in meaning as ‘love’. Perfection, as it truly is, is an unsolvable equation without the context or qualifier of purpose. ‘Perfect’ for what, for whom or to what end? Nature being the best example; near magical systems perfect for their specific purposes, found utterly useless when diverted from their given tasks. Beware of the use of the word, and the expectations of wanting it, without the matching attention to purpose.
— Steve G. / RDQLUS