Perfect Quotes

Perfect objectivity is always impossible, no matter who writes a person's biography.

Pamela Stephenson

Ballroom is two people dancing together to music, touching in perfect harmony

Anton Du Beke

Being the Avatar, I have come to awaken mankind, and would like the entire world to come to me. Real saints are dearest and nearest to my heart. Perfect Ones and lovers of God adorn the world, and will ever do so. The physical presence of the Perfect Masters throughout eternity is not necessarily confined to any particular or special part of the globe. My salutations to all the past, present and future Perfect Masters, real saints known and unknown lovers of God, and to all other beings, in all of whom I reside, whether consciously felt by them or not.

Meher Baba

To commit adultery with God is the perfect experience for which the world was created.

Sri Aurobindo

Laziness is the one common deficiency in mankind that blocks the establishment of a perfect world in which everyone leads a happy life.

William Feather

Quest is at the heart of what I do-the holy grail, and the terror that you'll never find it, seemed a perfect metaphor for life.

Jeanette Winterson

To be able to practice five things everywhere under heaven constitutes perfect virtue. They are gravity, generosity of soul, sincerity, earnestness and kindness.


The One and the All. Mingle and move without discriminating. Live in this awareness and you'll stop worrying about not being perfect.

Se Tomlin

In gymnastics, you have to be perfect every step along the way.

Shannon Miller

Pay attention only to the form; emotion will come spontaneously to inhabit it. A perfect dwelling always find an inhabitant.

Andre Gide

A good traveler is one who does not know where he is going to, and a perfect traveler does not know where he came from

Lyn Yutang

The most important thing she'd learned over the years was that there was no way to be a perfect mother and a million ways to be a good one

Jill Churchill

Even if you be otherwise perfect, you fail without humility.

The Talmud

Obedience is, indeed, founded on a kind of freedom, else it would become mere subjugation, but that freedom is only granted that obedience may be more perfect; and thus while a measure of license is necessary to exhibit the individual energies of things, the fairness and pleasantness and perfection of them all consist in their restraint.

John Ruskin

There is no such thing as perfect karate.

Richard Amos

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