Practice means constant use of one’s intellectual and will power. Perfect means ideal, complete and excellent. Proper planning and practice promote perfect performance. Practice depends on training and it means repeating an activity. Constant practice also sharpens talents. One has to follow certain qualities to be perfect. These are hard work, strong will power, faith, tolerance , positive approach, self confidence and dedication. The quality that prepares one for all other qualities is practice. One should not stop practicing and be satisfied until one achieves perfection. Practice is the only way and only best way by which one can achieve perfection. Practice makes one feel and understand the same idea or thing again and again. The more one practices, the more errorless one becomes. One does not repeat the errors that were done previously. Practice begins in the cradle and ends in the grave. One should never give up practicing.
Nature in its various forms is perfection in itself. Man or any living being is an entity of this nature where life strives hard to attain or fetch its livelihood. Man has his own means to meet the ends of livelihood. Ends are usually defined as goals in materialist and spiritual form. Materialistic ends like food, clothing, and shelter require means like earning money. Spiritual ends are perfection of human qualities which reflects human nature. To meet these spiritual ends man needs practice as means. We can see right from the beginning that practice is the key factor to go further in our life. If you see a one year old child who struggles to stand up on his feet, we see his effort and persistence. We can also see that after his constant persistence, he can finally stand on his tender feet and thus he is able to toddle. It is due his continuous practice that from that time on he is able to walk and he is confident about his ability to walk. Likewise, later in life if you observe the most...
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