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RE: RE: Is God Really Perfect?

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Posted by Miriam Jansen on November 1, 2000 02:42:24 UTC

Well, guys. I think the the biggest problem here is because there really is no standard for 'pefect'. As *grin* Obi Wan once said "You will find that many truths we cling to depend greatly on our own point of view". Such a truth can be 'perfect'. We all have our own standards. Different tastes. Ever seen the Mr. Potato Head keychain? I saw one that once said "The perfect man. He's tan, he's cute, and if he ever looks at another woman, you can rearrange his face". Perfect? Well, he'd have his flaws, but it's something that someone would find perfectly suitable! You could think that God sets his own standars so to him, and especially to his zealous followers, he would seem perfect! Only we, with a different point of view are able to see his flaw. Even those who see his flaws still would consider him perfect. I know in some cases, when you love someone, you can consider that persons' flaws as something that's a part of them, turning it into something amazingly beautiful. The flaw is what makes them.. THEM. They say Love is blind. Isn't it also the perfect feeling?
.. I think I"m rambling now, so please, add on. After all, this is only my point of view.


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