Definitions: (1) having all parts or elements; whole; lacking nothing; entire; full; (2) having all the required or customary characteristics or skills; consummate <a complete scholar>; (3) thorough; total; undivided; uncompromised

• I gave my life to become the person I am right now. — Richard Bach (1936-) American writer
• There would be no need for love if perfection were possible. Love arises from our imperfection, from our being different and always in need of the forgiveness, encouragement, and that missing half of ourselves that we are searching for, as the Greek myth tells us, in order to complete ourselves. — Eugene Cullen Kennedy (1928-2015) American psychologist & writer

How to Live This Quality Today: You are complete right now, but only in the sense that you are the culmination of all of your experiences so far. On the other hand, anything you do will move you toward or away from a better state of completeness. Since we will forever be moving toward The Infinite, we will never be absolutely complete.