If practice makes perfect and nobodys perfect why practice

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Practice makes perfect but Nobody’s perfect, why practice?

“If practice makes perfect and nobody’s perfect, then why practice?” – Wisdom of the Ages

According to google the term perfect is defined as " having all the required or desirable elements, qualities, or characteristics; as good as it is possible to be". Hence it is not feasible for one to have all the desirable elements because what makes us perfect are our inperfections. Therefore we should not strive to practice being perfect but rather embrace our weaknesses because these qualities are what makes us stronger. Instead of 'practice makes perfect' l think practice helps us pursue perfection. That is why we practice, to get as close as possible to what we consider as perfection. You don't practice to make yourself perfect, you practice to be able to perfect something else, whether it be sports or music or video games etc. But I agree, nobody is perfect but everybody is unique.

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Log in Join now for free. Kurt Cobain, the lead singer of rock band Nirvana, played hard and died young. And do they really want to be perfect anyway? Some are asking if they were best team ever. Whatever the conclusion, the great sides of the past had their flaws and no team has ever played the perfect game. So, perhaps, perfect is the wrong word.

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