A basic grasping of 'perfection' ought to be inherit to you, thus I ask how it is feasible in any way imaginable that such a thing exists. I, as a young naive person, discovered long ago that it was ludicrous for such a concept to be a reality and assumed all would come to the same conclusion as I. Arrogance! The reasoning to my conclusion of the notion that Perfection is absurd was that, well of course everyone would determine perfection is something different for them... or would not even have a grasp of what is truly ideal to them as things change constantly, within and outside. Upon discussion with this person, however, I wondered how might perfection exist in the mind of a God and if God were perfect... what does it imply about God? Regardless, I spoke long ago with a Christian that had seemingly no problems with the acceptance of God's perfection. Thus, my question: For whom is perfection for and how might it exist? Must it be confined to a moment in time or does it only make it's presence known through a collective understanding our reality in whole?