Perfection does exist. But, it is beyond grasp for most of us for the time being.
In harsh reality, NOBODY = no one.
It is simply impossible to find someone that is perfect. Be it on genetic level or personal level, everyone has some flaw here and there. Perhaps someone who no longer has a physical body would be closer to perfection? Maybe like a cyborg, with higher level of energy and better ability to multitask.
Then again, when someone says “You are a nobody.”, that is plainly an insult. Simply because there’s a big difference between nobody and NOBODY…
In a philosophical sense, NOBODY = no one, or, someone who decides to assume the concept known as NOBODY as a real persona.
Usually, this is just an artistic play with words or concepts to make it seem there is a possible way out of the conventional physical facts. But, you know what they all say, “It all starts with a dream”. So, having such thoughts might be the first step leading towards somewhere.
In certain religion’s point of view, NOBODY = someone who no longer fixates on a concept or physical fact known as “himself”.
This type of people no longer cling on to the concept called “himself”, his “body”, his “life”. And this is usually not a mental shift or the result of self psycho-ing of “there is no myself, there is no myself” x 100 times everyday. It is likely to be backed by the experiential meaning of not being restricted by the worldly concept called “himself” / “myself” / “self”.
Greed, lust, wrath and other negative attributes… honor, righteousness and all the positive virtues are possible form of fuels to motivate this NOBODY to perform deeds that only aims to benefit all others positively. Perhaps, it is like when we utilize greed whilst focusing on “myself” (I am greedy for my early success), the result is usually my gain at the expense of someone’s else losses. However, when we utilize greed whilst focusing on “others” (Greed motivates me to make them successful asap), the result is likely to be others’ gain at the expense of “my” losses. Since we longer cling on to this physical concept of “self”, the loss is considered irrelevant.
So, when the focal point for gains and benefits is not on yourself but on others, all forms of fuel might no longer be restricted by the Good or Evil rating system. The line “someone who is only concerned about others is closer to perfection” sounds about right.
Maybe in the context of perfection that is along the line of selfless guardian mode for others, NOBODY is an acronym for Now On Best Output Defending You.