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The perfection of the non-perfect circle

Feeling insecure and alienated from others, the non-perfect circle tries to grasp the perfection - abstraction, utopia of a higher ideal - and to join the ranks of the perfect circles. Its true nature starts to vanish along with the traces of its non-perfect shape.

After the long quest for an ideally manufactured line, the purest form of perfection was found in its stead: authenticity with all its flaws and mistakes. The non-perfect circle came back to its innermost being - its original form, unique, real and free - accepting the innate beauty of itself and others.

But its non-perfect shape can only be seen by those who are able to look deeper and to recognize its true form.