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Practice-you must do it

‘I fear not the man who has practised 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who had practised one kick 10,000 times’- Bruce Lee
      This sentence teaches everything about practice. 'practice makes man perfect' this thought must be remembered before doing anything. So you should be practising every day, every hour the thing in which you want to be perfect. Especially this applies to students and sportsmen. Students should have to practice mind to become perfect in the field they are studying. The practice has the ability to make you a hero. 
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    Every day we should practice, how much we should practice means 'winning should become practice for us' every aspect of life stands on practising, Take the example of politics, sports, farming, gambling and even preparing food!. We may fail many times in practice, that failure gives you chance to see where you committed a mistake. and you can reduce that mistake next time. So what I want to say is practice, practice keeps on practising.......

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