People say: “Perfection is unattainable.” And yet they chase it. What a psychologically toxic set-up! What a self-fulfilling destiny of dissatisfaction! Chasing theoretical perfection is like hunting unicorns. Good luck.
Dare to consider: reality is (already) perfect and perfectible. This “and” is the hardest “and” to swallow for a dualistic mind. Reality is already the best that it can be at any given point in time and it can still be better.
Notice the ordinary (real-time) perfection of what (already) is. There is no other reality than the here-and-now reality that right now is: everything that right now can be already is. The rest is fantasy. So, take a break from hunting non-existent unicorns and notice the cornucopia of the present moment.
Somov, P. (2011). Hunting Unicorns. Psych Central. Retrieved on February 26, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/mindful-living/2011/06/hunting-unicorns/