Making mistakes is a choice.
If its a choice then it wouldnt be called a mistake.
* An honour student who studied so hard and yet made the wrong assumptions on a problem solving test.
* An acrobat who lost his balance and fell to his death
* A singer who suddenly forgot a part of a song
* zenje who falsely thought it was doctorno who placed words in his own mouth.
Why are storms perfect when they 'destroy'? :wink:
perfection is more about an entity's attributes than its effect or uses on other entities. A pistol can be perfect and flawless in quality and attributes but can be used to destroy.
BTW, I do think that storms are perfect, but I also think disease is perfect, so is aging and frailty. Get what I'm saying?
If diseases are perfect then they wouldnt change according to the mutations of the germs that cause them. Perfection is resistant to change.