We might not be perfect and no where near the divinity we seek.
Even with that glaring truth you have to understand one simple thing, you have a choice.
It’s up to you if it’s a good one or a bad one, so long as you decide to make it that’s all that matters.
Too many give their choices freely to others.
A choice is more precious than any currency, yet they’re treated as if they’re something to be thrown away at a whim.
So how does being perfect or divinity fit in to all this?
Well if you believe in a higher being then you must also know that they made a choice not to be involved, otherwise we’d know for sure they exist because being of a divine nature they’d not go back on their choices because they’d never make bad ones, right?
So we were cast out for our first choice, if you believe in such things.
If there was any reason you should take the matter of making a choice seriously it should be because the first bad one cost us our perfection and stake in the world of divinity.
The funniest part is that those who’ve read the scripture will blame it all on the influence of the snake, which brings me to my other point, if you don’t make your own choices someone else will make them for you, for their gain or just to be apart of their game.
What’s your choice?