Reality/Existence gave you access to semantics. Its Nature is such that you have access to an Infinity of semantics. This is why people meaningfully communicate with each other and do all the meaningful things that they are able to do. Per the dictates of pure reason (which is a product of Reality/Existence being the way that It Is/Exists) that which is semantically inconsistent, is definitively not true of It/Reality/Existence.
I’ve shown that to believe in an imperfect existence, is to believe in something that is semantically inconsistent. Any counter you put forward, I responded to. It’s like going to a ‘religious’ person and saying God cannot create something from nothing, and then them saying can you provide more than just your form of logic to prove your assertions?
If x is proven to be a semantically inconsistent belief, then x is proven to be wrong.
Given Existence Being Perfect, it’s in everyone’s best interest to be rational and semantically consistent in their beliefs. If x believes existence is imperfect despite this belief being semantically inconsistent (and him/her being shown this), then x will suffer if he/she does not change his/her beliefs (a consequence of Existence Being Perfect). Karma isn’t just Real, It’s Precise, Thorough, Brutal (if one is evil), and Glorious (if one is good). To treat that which is perfect as imperfect, is to be unfair and semantically inconsistent.