Nothing is Perfect
R4: Ending Statements. (No Arguing in this round.)
Nothing can be perfect, simply for the fact that nothing has "all the required desirable elements, qualities or chracteristics, we all die. Everything breaks, (watches, books, etc.) nothing stays forever. Even some sharks who live more millions of years die. Nothing is in fact perfect. A synonym for perfect is flawless. I think I speak for everyone on earth when I say that everyone and everything and every anmial, has a flaw. Nothing can be perfect.
Now that gets me thinking. There are no official "required elements". In everybody's mind, they have their own set of "required elements". They are all different. For me, the required elements may be "they must have blonde hair, a loyal companionship, four legs, and they must have a fuzzy black nose." Thus, to me, perfect would be a golden retriever. And that's what I consider perfect.
But everyone has their own set of "required elements". And if there's anything or anyone that fits all of those elements, to that person, the thing or person is deemed perfect.
So, while there is not a universal "perfect", there is something perfect for everybody, and perfect exists.
Jocie forfeited this round.
This debate was perfect.
My "required" elements were:
- A kind opponent
-A good debate topic
-A fun time
And even though this debate is over, I can conclude by saying something must be perfect because this debate was.
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