I had some difficulties with a few points in this section, to wit:
"Our understanding grows over the years, but at any point we are perfect in being what we are."
I understand this in a broad "there is no other way you could be" sense, but I have difficulty reconciling this idea with the worst in humanity. Could that strawman criminal character (Charles Manson, the child molestor, Hitler, plug in whoever really gets your goat) really be described as perfect without stretching what we call "perfection" to the breaking point? I have difficulty with this.
Then again, it truly is what we call "perfection"
and as such is just another illusory notion. I truly do have difficulty with the moral dimension here, though.