The greatest mistake you can make in life is continually fearing that you’ll make one. Elbert Hubbard

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All of us are perfect as our true self, flawed as our Ego (I), never meant to pursue perfection.
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We were not designed to be loss averse, it is not the goal of life.
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The goal of life is to live free and to pursue a happy existence.
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Trying to be perfect eliminates any possibility for being happy.
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Flaws, our daily mistakes, do not eliminate happiness.
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In fact, accepting our flaws, then taking action, enriches our lives and makes happiness possible.
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Having flaws sweetens the satisfaction of accomplishment.
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An underdog defeating a far superior team enjoys greater satisfaction because the accomplishment included overcoming flaws (big obstacles).
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Helen Keller had massive flaws but somehow found a happy existence.
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She once wrote, “Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it.”
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If a blind and deaf woman can find meaning, happiness, it tells me our flaws are not barriers to a full life.
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We do not evaluate a life by how many flaws it had.
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Some of the happiest people had massive flaws.
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These flaws did not impact their attitude or effort.
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Happiness thrives in this space.
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