Fractals in Chaos

 

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“Striving for excellence motivates you,
striving for perfection demoralizes you.”-Harriet Braiker

Excelling is compelling

Your alter ego

you’re selling?

More than twice

more than thrice?

Is it tuned to perfection?

A battle of fractals ensues

changes too fast to choose

Corruption and interruption

tend to amuse but confuse

Fractals in chaos = demoralization?

Fractals in motion = Perfection?

perhaps to be flawless is lawless

-Eugenia

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Fractals definition: A fractal is a never-ending pattern. Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across different scales.

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17 replies

  1. Perfectly imperfect , and walking down a lane meant for running, cause the time is behind me, and my life is gunning, for a place to sprint😀😉🤗🏃

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  2. This is so very true! Love the quote and poem

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  3. Your writing is always thought provoking. I will have to think about this one a bit. 🙂 Thanks for sharing with In Other Words!

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  4. This is quite thought provoking. Striving for perfection will only drive a person round the bend. Excellence is perfect and actually imperfection can be beautiful 🙂

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  5. Love the colour-scheme on your blog, Eugenia – very warm and friendly.
    Kindness – Robert,

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  6. I really like this. I always think perfectionism leads to madness, in a very very bad way.

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