Nothing in Nature is Perfect & You Will Live Your Life In a Body - Lessons 11 & 12
Lesson 11 - Nothing in Nature is Perfect
We shouldn’t expect it to be nor should we worry about it when it’s not. Especially when it’s so hard to even define what ‘perfection’ is. The oldest definition apparently goes to Aristotle. He had some things to say about “That is perfect” such as “that is perfect which is complete and which contains all the requisite parts or that which has attained its purpose.” Hmm. But he goes on to say “That is perfect which is so good that nothing of the kind could be better.”
Let’s explore this idea…
Lesson 12 - You Will Live Your Life In A Body
No person can escape the FACT that their physical existence is lived in a body inhabited (existentially speaking) with a mind you identify as “Me”. Something huh? Philosophers throughout history have struggled to describe and even locate that “Me” we are speaking about here—even calling it the “ghost in the machine”. Something huh? What we hope to accomplish in Lesson #13 is to direct the student’s attention to their body and its importance in living a contented and healthy life.
Uh oh…Daughters of Wisdom are getting in “deep” now!