54 thoughts on “Imperfect me

  1. One person’s sense of perfection is another person’s sense of tragedy. I much prefer the term “uniqueness when thinking about people and things in general. It shows the importance in everyone and everything and the VALUE we bring to the collective world we live in.

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  2. Lyn, your poem and photo express accepting each one’s uniqueness. It makes life so much more interesting. I can relate as I used to think I had to be perfect in order to be accepted. The measuring stick is broken and it is so much better to accept the real interesting me! xoxo

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  3. That is such a giant step for you, Lynn …. to accept that you can just be you – I am so heartened to read this. Just delighted and I send you the biggest, warmest hug of congratulations that you are finding that inner freedom because that surely is the greatest gift of all – a gift that was brutally stolen from you, crushed and thought it was defeated but you, my dear friend, you are strong and filled with love and you can’t be repressed any more. Fly little birdie, fly! XXXX

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