Remember, in the vast infinity of life, all is perfect, whole, and complete… and so are you.
– Louise Hay

How can life be perfect when it’s so clearly not.  “There is so much violence, anger, hatred in the world, and this is not perfection,” you may be saying.

Life is perfect because life is.  It is what is happening now, and is what is.

If you look at life as a teacher, as helping you learn, grow and expand, then, it is a perfect instrument in your growth.  In this way, you’ll see that life is perfect for you.

In the same way, if you look at life as being negative, frightening, a terrible place, then, it will cause you to contract and die slowly within yourself.

By seeing life as being perfect, you will be able to change and adapt.  This will increase acceptance in yourself, peace in yourself.  In this way, life is perfect.

However, if you view life as not being perfect, you’ll fight against it.  You’ll fight against what is.  This leads to futility, to frustration.

Why is Life Perfect?

Life is perfect, not in a utopian way.  Life’s perfection has nothing to do with quality, quantity, or a judgment of what life is.  Rather, it is an acceptance that life is.  And change can only happen where there is acceptance.  If you see the perfection in life, you can change yourself.  Life is a teacher and because of this, life is perfect.

A perfect life is a life of choice, moreover, it is an inner experience.  Because it is something within us, it is something we have control over, and we can change.

On the other hand, if life is imperfect there is no choice involved.  It is something that is outside of us and therefore we can not change.  It is something that we have no control over.

Once we acknowledge life is perfect, we can actually begin to live the perfection of life.  We can life from a position of power.  We are in charge of life rather than being at the mercy of life.

So, do you view your life as being perfect?