So I began to think about what "perfect" days I had experienced and the things I did that made them "perfect." After a very long afternoon of reminiscing, I could only think of anecdotes or activities that had been incredible, but to me, there had been nothing that appeared to fit the criteria of the "perfect day."
You may ask.
Well, it's not that my 18 years of life has been uneventful, I would even say it has been the complete opposite I think that there is no such thing as a "perfect day." The word perfect entails that every single moment in those twenty-four hours was exactly to your liking.
If our goal is to live a good life, then we shouldn't seek perfection. Our goal should not be to analyze our past; it should be to look forward to out future and live every day to the maximum of our potential as human beings.
I don't believe I have had a perfect day; I don't think I will ever have such a thing. I know that I have lived days filled with happiness and emotion, and I continue and look forward to having more of them that I will forever cherish as memories.
I don't need a "perfect day" to live a good life.
"If you seek for perfection, you'll never be content."
- Leo Tolstoy