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Sought perfection. Realised imperfection. Accepted grace.

by writtenvoice on July 17, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Grace is completely free, but up until recently I couldn't understand its value. It was only when I saw that there was no other way for me to feel adequate than to accept that I'm an imperfect, inconsistent, irrational human being who will make mistakes. Though I will try my best, I'll still fall short continuously. Even though I do, grace takes away my faults and failures the moment I accept it.

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