I'm so glad that when God says to be perfect as my heavenly Father is perfect, it isn't an absolute perfection, but a perfect, childlike heart. This is what is known as perfect love. Sometimes we are so imperfect that only a mother, or Father, could love us. We just need to stay humble while maturing and hopefully grow: diapers on a toddler aren't nearly as bad as on an adult.
But alas, I sure would love to go on a diet and cut down on all the humble pie I've been eating lately. However, the refusal to eat humble pie is called pride, denial, or hiding. It's like trying to feed a toddler something their shaking head, scrunched up face and locked lips won't ever agree to do even if you make them sit in the high chair until they are eighteen. Oh my, did anyone say "strong willed?" Hmm, adults can be as stubbornly strong-willed and able to say "No!" or "Mine" as much as any two year old. God is the patient parent trying to get us to open up for something good for us. Sometimes we spit it out in His face. Total surrender is the only way to live.
Hypocrisy means hidden from judgment, hiding from truth.
"And there is no creature hidden from His sight,
but all things are open and laid bare to the eyes of Him with who we have to do."
(How can we live any other way than to be humbled?)