You are perfect just the way you were made. If you don’t think so, you can remember that perfect is relative. Maybe someone in school thinks you’re imperfect because you don’t get an A+ on your grade. You shouldn't look down on yourself and sob. Just say, “I am perfect just the way I am made. I will just study harder on the upcoming test.” A lot of people think losing in general makes you imperfect but you can just simply look at your error and fix it the next time.
When you begin to see how perfect you are, you can see more of the same in others. This new way of seeing things creates a domino effect that ripples to those around you, leading to the perfect world in which we can all be happy.
-Henrietta’s Creations Kids Blogger