The last of the Four Agreements is: Always do your best. For many, this brings up visions of hard work, stress and endless re-dos until the final result is flawless, but doing your best isn't always about absolute perfection. What is “best” for one person, may be impossible for another to achieve. If you have never picked up a violin, your best will sound nothing like a symphony orchestra player, but it is still your best.
Do you strive for absolute perfection? Well then Earth is the wrong place for you. While flawlessness may be your goal, that is not the point of incarnating here. You don’t learn anything from perfection, you learn from the mess. As you overcome one mess, another jumps up to take it’s place. That, is called […]