My Mentors Aren’t Perfect

I’ve reached the stage where I’m aware that my mentors are not perfect, not every ounce of the legend is true, they’re human (just like me,) and that is okay. As a matter of fact, that is just perfect. If they’re human just like me, I get to be human, too. I know that there are people who look up to me because they’ve put me on a pedestal and created a legend about me. Sometimes I stay on the pedestal for a little while, because I know they need…

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My Mom Thinks I am Perfect

While visiting my son in Chicago, I attended a group where he volunteers as a facilitator. At some point during his talk, he made the comment, “My Mom thinks I’m perfect.” He was making a point about mothers and how they don’t think anyone is good enough for their children. I refrained from correcting him at the time, but it got me to thinking. I do not believe that my son is perfect. Stellar, yes. Perfect, no.

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