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The Agency. - Authentic.Matchmaking
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+Toni Bergquist The Agency. Authentic. Matchmaking. #lovewins #matchmakers #losangeles
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The Agency, Authentic.Matchmaking

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The Absence of Ego
The Absence of Ego
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Maybe you can’t accept Love.
Maybe you can’t accept Love.
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HOW DO YOU KNOW IF IT'S LOVE?
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Epic Failures: The Best Worst Dating Stories!
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I was trying, unsuccessfully, to figure out if I  could sum up the amount of times either I have said or someone else has said “I’m not perfect”. Honestly I hear it a lot lately, honestly, I’ve never not heard it. I think I just stopped saying it.  It’s like saying I’m normal, what does that mean? Who is normal really?

After all these years, as we learn and overcome challenges and tap into our personal power (Buddha; Rule your Mind or it Will Rule You) why would we continue to say I’m not perfect, and what does that mean? No one is perfect, and if you’re perfect I applaud you, you’ve seen everything and you’re perfect so now you should get on a flight around the world to share your wealth of knowledge, because you’re a rare breed.

In the age of authenticity (we crave it and I see it all the time) and being real wouldn’t life be much easier when we admit our strengths and areas we can improve upon. That way we collaborate and that word perfect become something along the lines of that was a perfect presentation or I was so happy, the moment felt perfect.

For me, perfect is really a feeling. Mostly when I am really happy. I remember being in my early 20’s and two of my best friends, my dearest friends, were both diagnosed with life challenging struggles and I remember thinking ‘just remember the moments that make you happy’ that’s all that’s going to count anyway. I was right because that was 20 years ago and those happy moments are still my favorite. What is most upsetting is when my friends or clients feel indifferent, and they hide behind their so called imperfections and they base their self worth on how others perceive them (been there, done that, still do sometime) male, female, younger, older, doesn’t matter. You know who you are when you hurt others intentionally for not being as amazing as “you”.

Maybe we should re-invent the word perfect and take the human race (US) out of  equation of a false sense of perfection, and allow all of us to simply embrace the perfect moments. Keep making mistakes, so you grow, and continue to grow, it’s the best way to grow, really. Maybe if we can just accept that each and every one of us has issues, of course we do, it’s life. Stop and look around, stop comparing someones outsides to their insides because it doesn’t matter.

So, we aren’t defined by our appearance because let’s look at the facts in hollywood, per se, how many beautiful men and women have lost their live’s to feeling less then, unworthy, unloved. We are not normal, that’s another topic, and perfect – make perfect a new word you define. But don’t make it about you or me, or him or her. There is a lot of freedom when you just don’t know everything.
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