Do you see the "perfection" in normalcy? I wouldn't say it's perfect, luxury's a perfection. All my life people treated me as if I was stupid. They even sent me to a mental institution just for being different and perfect. The flaws in a perfectionist are your flaws, not a perfectionist's flaws. As it turns out people are irrational, they give the appeal to hypocrisy, and I was never stupid, but the doctor never actually thought I was stupid, he thought I was idiosyncratic. This can be the problem of the majority because in a society where everyone acts the same we don't want oddballs running around, do we?! Normal is only perfect in its standards of mimicking people, it's an absolute copy.
People don't want any additions to change them, they wanna stay the same. In being different, how is it going to work? Differentness isn't itself a perfection, perfection is gourmandism, luxury and classical music, not normal or different or individual or unique, freaky, non-conformist, unconventional or eccentric, these differences aren't a perfection, to be perfect is to just be the best. Perfect means excellent, perfectionists have standards. I'm not a perfectionist, I do the best I can with mistakes, clothes pegs on my eyes, staying awake, coffee and stress. This is extremely imperfect, I'm happy with it, even if it doesn't work. I keep on working and I still haven't perfected anything, always flawed, average and mistakes, every normal person should do the same and should live with themselves, that's what you should do to sleep at night.