Look out the window and see the backyard. A backyard covered in a layer of untouched snow. It covers everything: the ground, the trees, the deck, the fence, and the roof. It makes everything look perfect and different. A good kind of different. People like the different. Looking back at the snow, it looks as if it is at peace. One can observe the like small soft bumps in the snow causing it to not be a completely perfectly flat surface. It gives it definition. It changes it. Even though the top layer is not touched or broken, there are still imperfections--imperfections deep down. The snow is not flat, it is not a perfect layer underneath. From observing it on the outside we can see perfection, but even within what we deem as ‘perfection” still has imperfections. One could say the bumps are the struggles of the person and it still shows that even in the idols we have and the people we deem as “perfect” still are human with: imperfections, struggles and problems. Even the snow is not truly perfect, so do not expect yourself to be perfect. You are you; with all your imperfections and flaws. Do not hate or dislike yourself for that. Everyone has them. Everyone has different struggles and pains. Do not be ashamed of yourself. Be yourself. Love yourself.