”Why can you not get 100% right all the time?”
When I was in elementary school, I occasionally received 98% on school tests. My mom, who was an excellent math teacher and was always very precise and had high expectations, constantly questioned me.
She wanted to be perfect in everything in life and expected me to as well.
One day, my grandma visited us. She called my mom on the spot when she was criticizing me for not being perfect. My wise grandma said, ”If you want her to be perfect all the time, she will become nobody or die young.”
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