Story of an imperfectly perfect leaf…

“He is not perfect”…whenever I hear someone telling this about someone else, first reaction comes is, who the hell are you to judge when the “very thinking” Of “judging” with “own preset parameters & perception” itself is not perfect and thus it looks like an “Imperfect” man is trying to find “perfection” with “imperfect benchmarks” in which he will never succeed till he finds his imperfect mirror image which is next to impossible…

I believe there is a beauty in “Imperfection” or in being “imperfectly perfect” since it makes us look beyond the visible to find the beauty in that person or thing which many of us don’t do. We always admire sunset /sunrise, nature etc but have we ever observed how chaotic actually it is with unorganized clouds, birds flying with no set routes, lack of symmetry everywhere and still we call it beauty since we are seeing something beyond what is in front of us…we are seeing something for which we didn’t set any parameter to judge….we are seeing something for which we didn’t make any preconceived notion…

However it also depends on the character of the person like whether he is ready to take that extra pain to know little more, look beyond what is visible and see the beauty or conclude his quest within the visible boundary with quick remarks like “he/it is not perfect”…

Irony is, had it been so easy to find the “perfect”, the world would been flooded with “Perfectionism”…

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By tripotomaniac

Born at Lumding, a town in Assam, Anirban spent his childhood enjoying the whispering sounds of the woods and trees, cherishing the flora and fauna in places like Dwarband, Masimpur, Burlongfur, Mandardisa. Anirban’s writings reflect his deep love towards nature, people and a culture that we can follow to live by. In Anirban’s words, the golden sunrise, the meadows, the snow-clad tall mountains, the never ending seas, the horizon, the smell of sand and soil, large monuments, the history, the people fascinate him and take him to a different world. And he gives his father all the credit who made him feel, cherish and experience these wonders of Mother Earth. His contributions to travel sites like Tripadvisor has a reader base of over forty thousand as well as in websites like Tripoto, He is an author for Happytrips.com, a Times Travel Magazine. His first poetry collection “Osheemer Daak” – Call of the endless is recently published and available in Amazon, Flipkart. One can follow him at www.facebook.com/anirbandeb or his website https://www.endlessvista.com. His email id is tripotomaniac@gmail.com

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