The closest anyone ever comes to perfection is on a job application form.


Many of us can talk a good game. We can say anything we want when engaged in idle conversation. It is important that you realize, just like everyone else, you are not perfect. We all say things because of the “moment.” It is helpful to access your basic rights at moments like this. One is the right to change your mind. Another is to do less than humanly possible. Perhaps the most important one you need to remember when engaged in “idle” conversation is that you have the right to stop and think before you respond. Talking a perfect game is easy, living up to it may be impossible.