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You can be total without being perfect and you can be perfect without being total. In fact, you can only be perfect if you are not total because perfection will choose either the right or the left; then you become a perfect rightist, or you become a perfect leftist, or you become a perfect middle. But perfection means you are fixed; perfection means no change moves within you; perfection means now you are frozen, not flowing. And perfection is always partial.