It makes BETTER.

I read or heard that quote recently.  I think it was in a sermon by a television preacher when I was visiting my Mother a couple weeks ago.  It’s a good one!  And so true. 

Practice doesn’t make perfect; it makes better.

~unknown~

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One Response to “Practice Does NOT Make Perfect”

  1. Joan Says:

    I believe that “Practice makes permanent” is even better.

    Wow!  I like that, too, Joan.  I like them both!  I think “better” and “permanent” would fit the saying in different situations. 

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