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Perfection is not necessary to make a real and lasting difference to people's lives.
                               J.K. ROWLINGS




Waiting for perfection to do anything is waiting forever. When she (Rowlings) said this, she was at a point in her life when she had lost all she had, lost her mum, just had a divorce, lost her job. She wanted to give but found strength in her writing. She settled down to write harry potter, which has been a source of inspiration, entertainment, strength and even income to many. The bible said we should be perfect hut it didn't say we should get perfect to make differences. In fact,  just like +frances okoro of imperfectly perfect lifes put it, our imperfection should be a springboard to perfection and while we do so, we should rub off the little good in us on others, we should also take others along on that springboard.  It is at the lowest point of our lives that we tend to make the greatest impact so far we don't give up.  Just look inside you and ask God for his free help.

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