Brent-tc wrote:So, argue with me all you want about me changing the definition a bit for perfect, but if you really think that I am not allowed to change the definition of a word such as this, then you are simply admitting that the definition of perfect is perfection in and of itself. Thus, perfection does exist, and can easily be reached, depending on your viewpoint.
eMpTy89 wrote:No living thing can achieve perfection, why? think about it that way, something perfect would have no need, like we can move because we need to be able to go get food because we need some to survive, tree's and plants can't move because they have no need to move(since they create their own food) so a perfect being would have no need to eat, so no need to exist...so perfection is so perfect that it doesn't even exist!
Perfect varies from being to being, every single person has their own view of how they imagine "perfection", and it varies through personal preferencemrs. butterworth lol wrote:there is no such thing as "perfection"
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