You've seen this before: The Vitruvian Man.
This is the poster child (man) for perfection according to Marcus Vitruvius the Roman architect in 1 BCE.
He got really detailed about perfection:
"Similarly, in the members of a temple there ought to be the greatest harmony in the symmetrical relations of the different parts to the general magnitude of the whole. Then again, in the human body the central point is naturally the navel. For if a man can be placed flat on his back, with his hands and feet extended, and a pair of compasses centered at his navel, the fingers and toes of his two hands and feet will touch the circumference of a circle described therefrom. And just as the human body yields a circular outline, so too a square figure may be found from it. For if we measure the distance from the soles of the feet to the top of the head, and then apply that measure to the outstretched arms, the breadth will be found to be the same as the height, as in the case of plane surfaces which are completely square. "
(Marcus Vitruvius, De Architectura, Book III, Chapter 1, p 3)
Leonardo Da Vinci is the artist that actually drew the image. The image is believed to be representing "a cornerstone of Leonardo's attempts to relate man to nature."
Society seems to be fixated on being perfect. Every day there are messages that tell you that you are not perfect and you need _______ to be perfect or at least be a little more perfect.
You get or do _________; some things change but chances are the pursuit for perfectionism is always in a person's mind.
The core of the message is that society should appreciate every body; especially their own. Not everyone has the genetics to be something they aren't, so it would be better to focus on what they are perfect at.
By having a place in a community where the improvement of the physical & spiritual health of a person is the goal, will help build a happier environment where fear will not dictate decisions.
Making the Earth sexy & Humans happy; a goal worth pursuing.