Even if I were able to create something that is perfect, because time destroys all things, it wouldn’t stay perfect forever. The second law of thermodynamics says that over the time things will decay, namely, because the entropy increases. Entropy is also called the arrow of time, as every system loses thermal energy and this will create disorder. Forever is a very long word, not in letters, as it only contains seven, but it equates to an infinite amount of time, so I should probably consider that something that is perfect, doesn’t need to last forever. Perfect is a quality that is usually only attainable in a theoretical state, as humans are loaded with flaws, but we can strive for perfection.
The perfect moment is something that we all wait for, but the Roman poet Virgil said, “Fortune favors the brave”, so in order to reap a great reward, you must take a risk, and you can’t procrastinate about when this perfect moment will arrive. Only you can say when the perfect moment arrives and nothing will ever happen, unless you commit to making it happen. As Yoda said, “Do or do not. There is no try.” In life, you must make a commitment to take the bull by the horns, stop delaying the inevitable, deal with the situation and solve the problem without any further delay. This could be rephrased as. “Don’t wait for the perfect moment. Take the moment and make it perfect.”
Written for Blogging Insights New Format #25 by Dr. Tanya where she wants us to consider another fortune cookie statement quote.