posted on May, 22 2008 @ 12:21 PM
Interesting, but I don't get why mathematics are perfect? They're just a creation too, or am I seeing this wrong?
When comes to love, I don't think it's only nice, only positive and good. Because what is "good" really? And how about "nice" and "positive"?
I think by putting things this way, you're getting further and further away from "perfection", if that even exists.
If love was "perfect" and if that meant that it was all good, all nice,... then I don't think love would still exist. Isn't the whole idea of love
getting killed by trying to make it into this all wonderful, shiny experience? What happens when you're fighting with your loved one because of some
stupid thing (we all do it... that's just how human we are)? Is love then gone?
For me, perfection (the way we're seeing it), isn't to be obtained. It would kill all life, in my eyes. Only by seeing the good things in "bad"
things (etcetera etcetera) can we truly feel something that comes close to "perfection", life itself, I think. But it will never be truly
"perfect", because all that has to be created starts off with imperfection, and for that it can't be perfect.
A little buddhism, I suppose.