Salvador Dali's famous quote about perfection

Salvador Dali’s Famous Quote About Perfection.

The zest for perfection has caused so many people to either give up or fail even while they are close to achieving their goals or purpose in life.

For this reason, I thought it wise to help my readers motivate themselves today on this post by diving a bit into providing a meaning for Salvador Dali’s famous quote about perfection.

And without much ado, let us get started.

Salvador Dali’s Famous Quote About Perfection.

Salvador Dali’s famous quote about perfection says: “Have no fear of perfection. You’ll never reach it.”

Let us try to explain this quote in order to understand it better.

Have no fear of perfection. You’ll never reach it meaning.

Have no fear of perfection you’ll never reach it simply means that we should not always aim to get the exact results we anticipated either from our behavior or goals.

In this post therefore, we are going to treat perfection in two lights which are: perfection in our character and perfection in our goals.

Perfection in our character.

In the holy book, precisely Mark 10 verses 17 and 18, a man once came kneeling before Jesus the Christ and called him “perfect master”, but Jesus rebuked him saying that no human on earth is perfect except the heavenly father.

And because Jesus himself said this, so many Christian critiques have studied the scripture to point out several flaws that was spotted with Jesus and use this to prove his point about why he told the man not to call him perfect.

Once he happened upon a fig tree, and because it did not bear fruit he cursed the fig tree to wither and die.

At another time, he went and caused riot in a temple simply because people were using it to buy and sell.

In as much as the actions of Jesus had significances, it also goes on to prove beyond reasonable doubt that he was not perfect in human form.

Looking at it from a spiritual point of view, you will agree with me that all human were created with their weaknesses, and I think God did that in order to show us the difference between the creator and the created.

But while holding on to the fact that no human is perfect, we should not use it as common ground to purposely commit a fault. But rather try to practice perfection at all cost.

Perfection in our goals.

Do you know that so many people have refused to pursue their goals because they thought that the resources at their disposal were not enough to start, while so many people have given up on their goals because they thought they’ve not put in or given their best.

I was watching an interview from the founder of Meta, Mark Zuckerberg, where he said that his original intention was to create an app that will connect students in the Harvard University but he ended up creating Facebook as an app that connects the whole world today.

He also said that before he even found Facebook, he has created several apps that did not see the light of day.

Now this Zuckerberg story is the perfect example of how pursuing a small goal can make us end up creating a very big world.

So therefore, no matter how imperfect the goal you want to pursue or are pursuing might seem, just keep on with it until you reach the very end that justifies the means.

Last thought.

Even though it is not possible for any human being to reach perfection, it is however possible for human beings to aim at being perfect because the outcome will always yield positivity.


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