No one is perfect; but everyone is great. Beautiful, even. Everyone has their faults. They just aren’t nearly as important to me. Think of a sculpture: Human-made, thus guaranteed to have flaws. Some are better than others. Some have flaws that are jarringly obvious, while some have flaws that are nearly imperceptible. But none of it takes away from the beauty of the sculpture. It’s still a piece of artwork, created with some purpose or message or meaning in mind. Even if there are too many flaws for the sculpture to be considered aesthetically beautiful, it can still be appreciated for all the time and effort and thought it took the artist to create his/her masterpiece.