Explain why you think so. Personally I doubt that it does. 

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Maybe it does but only for that instant that you think something is perfect. Once you become aware that you have deemed something perfect it will start to lose its shine.  Is something perfect if it is complete or because it cannot be improved upon? I don’t think so. There are those that claim that God is the most perfect thing that we can conceive of to exist ergo god must exist but that is beginners’ philosophy.  I was once so sad that I thought I had experienced the “perfect sadness”. As soon as I realised that I started to feel better. I can still see a woman’s face I once saw in passing.  Perfect for a second but the memory fades. Perfection is fleeting but you need to be silent to see it. You might not find it by searching for it. A glimpse is enough to inspire. Perfection exists until you use the word Perfect to describe it.

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