Rationships are built by those who see nothing wrong in imperfection, accept imperfection as a part of all humans then love perfectly that imperfect human being the heart falls in love with.
Great relationships are built by those who complain about what their partner does which they don’t like but step in to correct it themselves and stop complaining for the sake of peace.
No one person has all the answers to a personal feeling. So everyone needs another to supply a personal good feeling which they can’t have without another.
No one is truly complete without the perfection of another imperfect human grafted into that part of them that is imperfect.
It is this perfect part of another on your imperfect part that helps you live for something when there is nothing else to live for.
But when you seek perfection in another as a criterion to keep the person, you miss a vital part of you that leaves you lonely.
And as long as you keep searching for that perfect being, you will not find companionship.
Without true companionship, the chances of finding happiness and love are decreased.
Without happiness and love, what is the essence of existence?