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Jesse

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Practice Makes Perfect?
Dec 18, 2012

Why Do People Say Practice Makes Perfect But Than Turn Around And Say No Ones Perfect ???

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Dec 18, 2012

Practice does not make perfect. There are many of us that can practice something for hours and still not get it right. Many of those people who are experts in a field were once amateurs. So the ones that are at the top now, had to to start somewhere, at the bottom.


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Feb 11, 2013

ı think practice makes better not perfect because noone is perfect. every body has some positive and negative quality it makes us different and imperfect


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Re: Practice Makes Perfect?
Jul 16, 2013

I think 'practice makes perfect' is an inspirational saying which shouldn't be taken literally.

No human is perfect


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Re: Practice Makes Perfect?
Jul 27, 2013

Very nice thread and nice discussions!
Of course, every action has it's own reaction. For this, there comes a term 'beginning'. It is the main point that derives to the ultimate goal or result. The result or output may be in different form. But practicing again and again makes the inception more better at least than the first starting. So, practice has an overall impact to the result or output. But the word perfect is far beyond the achievement or output. Because when one achievement is achieved, it becomes old and another new result calls us invisibly. So, only the invisible result that is not yet achieved may be perfect but it turn to old when it is gained. So, we can infer that practice can not make perfect rather it makes things better the way we expect than earlier.
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Re: Practice Makes Perfect?
Sep 10, 2013

Practice with time makes the imperfect person perfect to some extent. Though perfection comes with experience & time, it cannot be achieved over nightly. That is why innovation has been made only with strong determination & will power.


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Re: Practice Makes Perfect?
Sep 26, 2013

Practice definitely doesn't make perfect, regardless of what is taken into consideration. I think that "practice makes perfect" is meant as more of a phrase to either cheer people up or motivate them to work harder. The correct and legitimate phrase should actually be "practice almost makes perfect", or something along those lines. For example, if you were terrible at something, let's just say dancing, and you wanted to get better at it, to become a better dancer, you'd practice with the hopes that you'd get as good as you can possibly get, but I think that we all know as people that imperfection is a part of human nature. I don't think that it's a bad thing though, because perfection is boring. Flawlessness is boring. If we lived in a world where everyone was perfect, where everything and everyone was the same, it would be so dull and we'd probably have the least interesting experiences.


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Re: Practice Makes Perfect?
May 20, 2015

No one wants to encourage someone young through the words: practice makes you almost perfect

Instead we round up and as long as someone is trying to be the best they can be, we give them the entitlement to being "perfect" in that situation


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